Hyperoptic extends FTTP connectivity to seven new locations

1 Jun 2016

UK-based fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) provider Hyperoptic has announced plans to expand its national footprint to 20 cities and towns in a move which it claims will enable ‘hundreds of thousands more UK citizens to have access to its gigabit broadband’.

At present, the operator is already offering services to premises across 13 UK cities and towns, those being: Greater London, Cardiff, Bristol, Brighton, Reading, Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, Sheffield, Birmingham, Glasgow, Newcastle and Nottingham. Now, Hyperoptic has said that it will expand to the seven new locations of Portsmouth, Watford, Leicester, Southampton, Slough, Edinburgh and Woking. Confirming its intentions, the operator noted that it infrastructure in these locations is already live and installations are reportedly being prioritised via customer demand and registered interest.

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