Fibrecity Holdings has today announced the rollout of various new fibre networks that will see the company connect over one million UK homes to FTTH.
Fibrecity, a company that provides an open-access fibre-to-the-home and fibre-to-the-premises network infrastructure to residents and businesses, will operate new networks in Derby, Halton, Nottingham, Plymouth and York. Rollout will commence in these areas within the next 12 months. Once constructed, users will be able to receive broadband speeds of 100Mbps. The company, which currently operates fibre networks in Bornmouth and Dundee, said it was also considering rollouts in Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol and Ipswich.
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