Thousands more people will enjoy superfast fibre internet upgrade

Openreach has confirmed plans to bring its superfast broadband network to 94 more rural villages and towns in the UK. This next-generation technology is capable of bringing 1Gbps internet speeds to your home. For comparison, the average broadband speed in the UK is currently 64Mbps, which is considerably slower than the 1,000Mbps speeds provided by these new fibre cables.

Needless to say, as millions work and study from home during the ongoing public health crisis – relying on video call solutions and collaborative online tools, improved broadband networks will play an integral role in keeping everyone connected.

Toople PLC (LON:TOOP) offers business broadband, fiber, Ethernet first mile and Ethernet data, business mobile phones, cloud PBX and SIP Trunking, and traditional services. Toople works with the big players in the market such as Vodafone & BT. 

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