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18th January, 2021 (8 Comments)

UK ISP Hyperoptic, which is rolling out a 1Gbps FTTP/B broadband network to large residential (MDU) buildings and office blocks, has today echoed last week’s news from CommunityFibre (here) by announcing that they too will supply a “free 50Mbps service” to homes with children stuck on slower connections (coverage allowing).

8th January, 2021 (2 Comments)

UK ISP Hyperoptic, which builds 1Gbps capable “full fibre” (FTTP/B) broadband networks to large residential (MDU) or office buildings, has today announced that thousands of Southampton City Council tenants in Hampshire now have access to their network thanks to a new supply agreement. More will soon follow.

9th December, 2020 (17 Comments)

UK ISP Hyperoptic, which specialises in building 1Gbps capable “full fibre” (FTTP/B) broadband networks for large residential (MDU) or office buildings, has today confirmed a new agreement that will see them connect a “large proportion” of homes for L&Q, which is the largest housing association in London.

3rd December, 2020 (6 Comments)

The FTTH Council Europe has published their annual market forecast for the growth of “full fibre” (FTTP/B) broadband ISP networks, which finds that some countries are expected to see an “outstanding growth” in the number of homes passed in 2026 compared to 2019, such as Germany (+730%), the United Kingdom (+548%) and Italy (+218%).

2nd December, 2020 (36 Comments)

A new study by WIK, which was commissioned by the FTTH Council Europe, has found that consumers are still being confused by the use (or abuse) of the term “fibre” in broadband ISP advertising, which can just as easily refer to slower hybrid connections (e.g. FTTC using copper and fibre lines) as it can a “full fibre” (FTTP) service.

23rd November, 2020 (0 Comments)

UK ISP Hyperoptic, which specialises in building 1Gbps capable “full fibre” (FTTP/B) broadband networks to large residential (MDU) and office buildings, has today announced a new partnership with Metropolitan Thames Valley (MTV) to rollout their “hyperfast” service across a “large proportion of its housing portfolio.”

13th November, 2020 (6 Comments)

City focused broadband ISP Hyperoptic, which is currently deploying their gigabit-capable FTTP/B network to homes across parts of 43 UK towns and cities (mostly large apartment blocks), is about to open a new HQ in Kings House, Hammersmith (London) – complementing existing offices in West London, Manchester and Reading.

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9th November, 2020 (5 Comments)

City focused full fibre (FTTP/B) ISP Hyperoptic, which currently covers over 400,000 UK premise and holds an aspiration to cover 5 million by the end of 2024 (here), has today dropped the price of their top gigabit (900Mbps+ average speed) plan to just £40 per month for the first 12 months (£60 thereafter)..

12th October, 2020 (20 Comments)

Gigabit broadband ISP Hyperoptic has today announced the introduction of a new “Hyperhub” router, the Nokia HA-140W-B, which promises a peak theoretical combined WiFi speed of 2.92Gbps but will only be available to new customers who take out one of their top 500Mbps of 1Gbps full fibre (FTTP/B) packages.

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7th October, 2020 (13 Comments)

Gigabit broadband ISP Hyperoptic, which has an ambition to cover 2 million UK premises with FTTB / FTTP by the end of 2021 and then 5 million by the end of 2024 (mostly in urban areas), has strengthened its executive team by appointing industry veteran Peter Ryan to be their new MD of infrastructure.

10th September, 2020 (19 Comments)

A new report from global consultancy firm Arthur D. Little has revealed that 10 countries have now made “full fibre” (FTTP / FTTB) broadband ISP networks available to at least 95% of homes, although unsurprisingly the United Kingdom continues to be stuck at the back of the pack but we are showing rapid improvement.

7th September, 2020 (0 Comments)

Full fibre broadband ISP Hyperoptic has, for the fourth year in a row, made it into the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 for 2020, which is a league table of Britain’s top 100 private technology companies with the fastest-growing sales over the latest 3 years. Sadly no other internet service providers made this year’s ranking.

hyperoptic engineer next to van

1st September, 2020 (7 Comments)

City focused full fibre (FTTP/B) broadband ISP Hyperoptic, which claims to cover well over 400,000 UK premises, will later this morning (after 10am) reduce some of their prices and also reintroduce a cheaper 30Mbps tier as their new entry-level option (this was previously replaced a year ago by their 50Mbps plan).

hyperoptic 1gbps broadband sign

10th August, 2020 (5 Comments)

UK ISP Hyperoptic, which has deployed their 1Gbps capable “full fibre” (FTTP/B) broadband network across large apartment and office buildings in various cities, has launched a new migration service that makes it cheaper and easier for them to switch people who are still stuck in an existing contract with another ISP.

hyperoptic engineer next to van

7th August, 2020 (7 Comments)

Broadband ISP Hyperoptic, which is busy deploying their “hyperfast” (1Gbps) full fibre (FTTP/B) network out across large apartment buildings in various UK cities, has hailed itself as outperforming industry rivals after they secured a Net Promoter Score (NPS) of +51 (only around 10% of UK brands get an NPS of 40 or more).

1st August, 2020 (4 Comments)

Broadband ISP Hyperoptic UK claims to have provided a “significant donation” to support the Birmingham Education Partnership, which among other things provides laptops to disadvantaged children in Birmingham (c.5,000 children in the city have been unable to access remote learning opportunities during lockdown).

23rd July, 2020 (0 Comments)

Full fibre broadband ISP Hyperoptic UK has reached a new agreement with LinkLiving and their partner Link Housing, Scotland’s second-largest social housing landlord, which will see them deploy their “gigabit-capable” (FTTP/B) network to homes for young adults who have recently been homeless in the city of Edinburgh.

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