UK-based Full Fibre has announced that its fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) network has gone live in three new locations, those being the towns of Alfreton in Derbyshire, Evesham in Worcestershire and Cheadle in Greater Manchester.
In Cheadle more than 50% of premises in the town (or around 5,000 homes and businesses) are now able to sign up for a service offered via Full Fibre’s network, while it says it expects to reach the other 50% ‘over the next six months’. Similarly, with around 5,000 premises covered in Evesham at launch, representing around a third of homes and businesses in the area, Full Fibre has said it expects to complete the rollout town-wide by Q2 2023. Finally, in Alfreton more than 4,000 premises are reported to be within the company’s fibre network footprint.
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