UK-based full fibre broadband provider, Community Fibre, has announced that more than 1 million residential properties in London are now connected to its fibre broadband services. According to the official release, the company reported a 75 percent expansion of its network footprint in the last 12 months.
Symmetrical Broadband Packages
The Internet Service Provider (ISP) offers a range of symmetrical broadband packages, ranging from 150 Mbps to 3 Gbps. According to the company, these packages are up to 45.9 times faster than the UK's average download speed and 193.5 times faster than the average upload speed.
Connecting London Businesses
Community Fibre said its network expansion also benefits businesses, with over 212,000 London-based enterprises now within 100 meters of its network footprint. These businesses can take advantage of up to 10 Gbps symmetrical speeds for their operations and growth.
Community Fibre expressed pride in the company's role in providing faster, cheaper, and more reliable fibre broadband to over one million London properties.
The Internet Service Provider (ISP), owned by funds advised by Warburg Pincus LLC, DTCP, Railpen, and NDIF, also emphasized its commitment to offerings, such as setting new out-of-contract pricing standards capped at Euros 2 across all packages and providing easy access to the social tariff without requiring consumers to provide proof of eligibility criteria.
Full Fibre Network
Community Fibre builds, operates, and owns its dedicated 100 percent full-fibre network, leveraging the most advanced technology to deliver fast and reliable broadband using 100 full-fibre to the property (FTTP). The full fibre infrastructure offers great speed and contributes to a greener future, consuming 70 percent less energy than traditional slow copper technology.
Community Fibre said it is committed to improving London's broadband services for residents and businesses, providing high-speed internet that is accessible and sustainable while ensuring customer satisfaction.