CityFibre, the UK’s largest independent Full Fibre platform, has announced Gigabit Networks has joined its Full Fibre network to deliver Gigabit home broadband services in Derby.
CityFibre is currently engaged in an up to £4 billion Gigabit City Investment Programme and Gigabit Networks will be the latest consumer-internet service provider (ISP) to become a partner.
Gigabit Networks, based in the Midlands, will offer ultrafast, reliable gigabit-speed Full Fibre broadband to some 122,000 Derby-based premises, including schools and the NHS and others in the region.
Speaking of the agreement, Dominika Walker, City Manager at CityFibre, said: “We are delighted to be working with Gigabit Networks, which will offer an exciting and sought-after Gigabit speed home broadband service.
“During these unprecedented times, Full Fibre is increasingly vital for many elements of our daily lives and we look forward to seeing even more homes and businesses take advantage of what this level of connectivity can enable now and in?the future.”
David Yates, co-founder of Gigabit Networks, added: “We’re delighted to partner with CityFibre. Our agenda is to bridge the digital divide in the Midlands. Derby is a champion of industry, ideas and innovation. Ultrafast internet made available to homes and businesses will enable great opportunities for work and home life.”
For more information about CityFibre’s investment in Derby visit cityfibre.com/gigabit-cities.
To register interest in a service, visit cityfibre.com/gigabit-cities