They'll soon provide broadband in Portsmouth, Swindon, Reading, Plymouth, Crawley and Horsham.
ISP Giganet has announced that they’re expanding their coverage across Hampshire.
They have extended their partnership with CityFibre and will use the London-based provider’s full fibre broadband network (FTTP) to deliver packages to six new towns and cities.
Giganet will be ready to connect the first customers in Portsmouth, Swindon, Reading, Plymouth, Crawley and Horsham by early 2021.
CityFibre is to invest a total of £4 billion in deploying its services across the rest of the UK and they currently aim to cover about 1 million premises by the end of next year.
By the end of 2025, they expect to have “substantially completed” a further rollout to 8 million premises in over 100 towns and cities.
Initially, it was only Vodafone that used CityFibre’s network but it has since been opened up and seen other providers including TalkTalk and Zen Internet join.
“We are thrilled to be adding Giganet, already a valued customer, to our growing list of ISPs now offering full fibre services to homes as well as businesses,” said CityFibre’s CEO Greg Mesch.
“The launch of their full fibre broadband services in the New Year will be great news for people living across the South of England.”
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