Purebroadband joins CityFibre network
Yorkshire-based ISP Purebroadband has joined CityFibre’s FTTP network and will deliver gigabit-capable broadband services across an initial nine regions in the north of England. Founded in Hull in 2009, Purebroadband has expanded to offer full-fibre broadband services to houses across the UK.
The ultrafast service will be made available to residents in Doncaster, Rotherham, Barnsley, Bradford, Sheffield, Halifax, Batley & Dewsbury, Leeds and Huddersfield throughout 2021.
Purebroadband Managing Director Adrian Bolster said: “We’re delighted to be offering Gigabit-capable broadband services in nine new locations across the North. With speeds from 35Mbps to 900Mbps, we offer a range of packages with prices starting from £22 a month for full fibre broadband. We also offer customers flexibility with a choice of contract lengths.”
“It’s our goal to provide ultra-fast, reliable full fibre internet to as many households as possible and joining CityFibre’s network will help us to achieve this. The partnership comes at an exciting time as we undergo a full rebrand, new website and office relocation.”
CityFibre Chief Commercial officer Rob Hamlin added: “Adding purebroadband to our growing list of ISPs offering full fibre services to homes across the North is great news for people in these communities, particularly at a time when access to fast and reliable broadband is more important than ever. purebroadband will be providing services in some of our largest cities, and we look forward to working with them as we expand our networks.”
“We are currently mobilising or building across 67 towns and cities nationwide, and we have plans to reach up to 8 million premises by 2025. Adding more ISPs to our ranks only increases our motivation to build faster. These world-class networks are developing into a national scale wholesale platform for ISPs that is scaling all the time. It means end customers will have a greater choice of the ISPs they want to go with, and ensuring the entire country is better connected.”