Fresh Fibre joins the FullFibre network as its newest Internet Service Provider (ISP), adding to a substantial year of growth for the company.
12 ISP's now on Full Fibre Ltd network
Fresh Fibre is a service provider offering 150, 500 and 900Mbps packages with a focus on expertise, cutting-edge technology and reliability for its customers. Sticking to the FullFibre principle of no mid-contract price hikes, Fresh Fibre also offers packages that are designed “to stretch what you can get out of us, not what we can get out of you”.
Commenting on the new partnership, Head of Wholesale at FullFibre, Matt Baker, said
“We’re really excited to be partnering with Fresh Fibre, who deliver even more choice to customers looking to connect to the FullFibre network. A big part of our ethos at FullFibre is to level the digital landscape across the UK, and Fresh Fibre’s offering is helping us fulfil this ambition”.
Thomas Pearson, Technical Operations Manager at Fresh Fibre, also comments
“Fresh Fibre is delighted to be working with FullFibre to bring Ultrafast Broadband to new communities across the UK. With our UK-based call centre and fair pricing models we are well placed to deliver a service and a customer experience that is best in class among challenger ISP’s”.
Earlier this month, FullFibre announced a merger with Digital Infrastructure (Di), which will create one of the larger offerings by UK altnets, with a live network accessible by over 270,000 homes and businesses, and an ambition to deliver 1 million live premises by the end of 2025.
FullFibre has onboarded a number of new partners over the past 12 months, including; Direct Save, FACTCO, Gigabit Networks, IDNet, Link Broadband, and OctaPlus. Increasing the number of partners selling on their network to 12.
FullFibre’s ISP partners now include BeFibre, FACTCO, Gigabit Networks, IDNet, Link Broadband, Merula, OctaPlus, Redline, Squirrel and Worcester I.T Services.
FullFibre is a wholesale telecoms network provider, operating under the customer-facing brand Fibre Heroes, to connect the historically overlooked towns of the UK with an ultrafast broadband connection.