Zzoomm Full Fibre broadband is making a £2.7 million investment in Tadcaster, North Yorkshire. Zzoomm will roll out their gigafast, future-ready Full Fibre broadband network to approximately 3,500 properties, in what will be one of the largest civil infrastructures projects the town has seen.
Surrounded by the North Yorkshire countryside and known for its historic breweries, Tadcaster joins nearby towns Sherburn in Elmet, Thirsk, and Easingwold in becoming part of digitally inclusive towns in the area.
Zzoomm’s infrastructure division boasts a 350-strong in-house civils team that runs five regional hubs with two best-in-class training centres that allows it to recruit from local communities, develop local talent and support its delivery of a high-quality Full Fibre broadband.
Matthew Hare, Chief Executive at Zzoomm commented: “We are delighted to be helping drive innovation through access to our gigafast full fibre network to homes and businesses in Tadcaster. At Zzoomm, We believe that everyone should have access to reliable, future ready broadband and we look forward to expanding our locations in North Yorkshire.”
Passionate about digital inclusion, Zzoomm offer the first 6 months free on all home broadband plans to enable residents to seamlessly switch to a high-quality, reliable broadband service and experience the benefits of a Full Fibre connection.
To get all the updates on the progress of Zzoomm’s gigafast, Full Fibre broadband rollout in Bewdley, register at Zzoomm.com/ready