Swindon will soon be able to boast some of the country’s best internet connectivity, thanks to the arrival of a new gigabit broadband provider.
Fibrehop is a new independent service provider bringing world-class internet connectivity to Swindon for just £36 per month.
It uses CityFibre’s new state-of-the-art full-fibre network to deliver a lightning-fast connection to homes. Unlike ‘superfast’ part-fibre, part-copper broadband, Fibrehop provides only 100% pure fibre.
This means ultra-fast, ultra-reliable broadband – that’ll stand up to even the most data-hungry households. With a focus on providing uncomplicated broadband service and unparalleled customer service, Paul Anslow, Fibrehop Founder and Chief Executive Officer explained, “Fibrehop was created as an alternative to the big broadband providers. We have one product, one price and one speed… everything the user needs, with nothing they don’t.
“Our aim is to help communities become better connected. We want to provide the best possible broadband service to our customers. We can only achieve this by listening directly to their needs and getting feedback on their user experience. Which is exactly what we’ll be doing in Swindon!”
Firehop will be available first in Stratton, Gorse Hill, Pinehurst and the surrounding areas, with further areas going live in line with CityFibre’s network roll-out.
Neil Madle, City Manager for CityFibre in Swindon, added, “We’re delighted to be working with Fibrehop to offer people the opportunity to access the full fibre network we have been building in Swindon.
“We’ve made real strides in bringing state-of-the-art digital connectivity to homes since beginning our build and look forward to even more of the local community having access to fast and reliable digital connectivity in the near future.”
Fibrehop is inviting residents across Swindon to register their interest online before Tuesday 31st August to get their first month free when they sign up.
Residents can register their interest for Fibrehop at fibrehop.com/swindon
Pictured above: (left to right) Neil Madle, Bob Irwin, Claire Njeri, Sandra Suresh, Jamie Butt, Paul Anslow