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17th December, 2021 (0 Comments)

City-focused broadband ISP Hyperoptic, which has deployed gigabit-capable FTTP/B networks across parts of 43 UK towns and cities (e.g. large residential buildings / MDUs), has today launched a new “low-bandwidth” Proof of Concept (PoC) pilot to help connect “smart home equipment“. But homeowners won’t be able to harness the extra line.

16th December, 2021 (5 Comments)

Full fibre ISP Hyperoptic, which is building a new gigabit-capable FTTP/B broadband network across parts of 43 UK towns and cities (mostly large residential buildings and office blocks), has announced the appointment of Lisa Neale, a former Openreach Director, to be their new MD of Infrastructure.

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23rd November, 2021 (52 Comments)

Alternative UK ISP Swish Fibre has continued their “fake fibre” related advertising feud with BT today after they lodged a retaliatory complaint with the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), which objected to the “confusing” use of the term “fibre broadband” in the incumbents marketing for their “part-fibre” (FTTC) products.

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28th October, 2021 (0 Comments)

The latest research from Point Topic has found that world fixed broadband subscribers grew by 1.7% (20.66 million) in Q2 2021 to total 1.222 billion, but it also found that the quarterly growth rate of “full fibre” (FTTP/H/B) networks in the UK had fallen sharply to 14.8% in Q2 2021 after previously seeing consecutive increases.

Hyperoptic HQ London Hammersmith

13th October, 2021 (0 Comments)

Broadband ISP Hyperoptic, which is deploying a new gigabit-capable full fibre network across parts of 43 UK towns and cities, has launched an additional support function for new business customers. Each customer will now be assigned a named advisor so that they receive a more personal service and timely updates on their installations.

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11th October, 2021 (6 Comments)

Full fibre UK ISP Hyperoptic, which is rolling out a new gigabit-capable FTTP/B broadband network across parts of 43 towns and cities (mostly large residential buildings and office blocks), have decided to celebrate their 10th anniversary this month by offering their top “gigabit” (900Mbps avg.) package for just £20 per month.

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4th October, 2021 (2 Comments)

Full fibre UK ISP Hyperoptic has today agreed a blanket-wide wayleave agreement with the Hounslow Council in West London, which will enable their gigabit-capable broadband (FTTP/B) network to cover 4,300 of the council’s social housing residents, including 20 free connections to supply local community centres.

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15th September, 2021 (13 Comments)

The FTTH Council Europe has today published their latest forecast for the growth of “full fibre” (FTTP/H/B) based broadband ISP networks across Europe, which predicts that the United Kingdom will see a staggering growth of +488% over the next five years to achieve 25 million homes passed by 2026 (up from 7m by the end of 2021).

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11th September, 2021 (16 Comments)

Over the past few years’ we’ve seen various alternative broadband providers set out grand ambitions for their “full fibre” (FTTP/B) networks, not least of which was Hyperoptic’s plan to cover 2 million UK premises by the end of 2021. But recent modelling suggests they’ve still got a long way to go.

3rd September, 2021 (3 Comments)

Full fibre UK ISP Hyperoptic has today joined CommunityFibre in support of the Barnet Council‘s existing Gigabit Broadband Programme in London, which means that a further 4,100 homes (social housing) will shortly be connected to its network, and they’ll provide over 20 free connections to community centres, and libraries etc.

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23rd August, 2021 (6 Comments)

City focused ISP Hyperoptic, which is building a new gigabit-capable FTTP/B broadband network across parts of the UK (mostly for large residential buildings / MDUs and office blocks), will today launch a new “flash sale” that runs until 12th September 2021 and offers some big discounts on their 30Mbps, 50Mbps and 150Mbps packages.

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4th August, 2021 (2 Comments)

City focused broadband ISP Hyperoptic, which is building a new gigabit-capable FTTP/B network across large UK residential buildings, office blocks and some houses, will today introduce a new 24-month contract term option to complement their existing monthly (30 day) and 12-month terms. The advantage is a lower price.

27th July, 2021 (4 Comments)

Full fibre ISP Hyperoptic has today agreed a blanket wayleave agreement with independent housing association Gloucester City Homes (GCH), which will enable their gigabit-capable broadband network (FTTP/B) to reach thousands of properties owned by the association.

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16th July, 2021 (22 Comments)

UK ISP Swish Fibre, which is deploying a 10Gbps Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband network to cover 250,000 premises in England (Home Counties), has launched an entertaining new advertising campaign that aims to highlight the differences between “speed-sapping” copper-mix “Fake Fibre” services and Full Fibre ones.

Hyperoptic HQ London Hammersmith

13th July, 2021 (8 Comments)

City focused full fibre ISP Hyperoptic, which is building 1Gbps capable FTTP/B networks to large UK residential buildings, office blocks and some houses, has just launched a new summer sale promotion that discounts their monthly prices to some of the lowest levels we’ve ever seen (e.g. 900Mbps for £35 per month).

25th June, 2021 (8 Comments)

Full fibre broadband ISP Hyperoptic UK has secured new partnership agreements with Birmingham Council and the City of Wolverhampton Council in the West Midlands of England. The move will enable them to expand their gigabit-capable network to cover tens of thousands of additional homes in both cities.

18th June, 2021 (1 Comment)

Broadband ISP Hyperoptic, which is currently deploying a gigabit speed “full fibre” (FTTP/B) network to residential flats (MDUs), office blocks and houses in 40 UK cities and towns, has adopted a new network testing technology from EXFO (Nova Fibre) in order to support their “first-time-right” build philosophy.

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