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Zzoomm set to deliver Full Fibre broadband to 8 new towns as they build momentum towards 1 million homes

Zzoomm, the rapidly growing Full Fibre broadband network, announces the roll out of its Full Fibre infrastructure to residential and business premises in a further eight market towns across England.

The eight new market towns are: Bewdley, Middlewich, Tadcaster, Ripon, South Elmsall, Hemsworth, Bolton Upon Dearne and Thurnscoe.

Zzoomm will be delivering Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband infrastructure to 56,000 premises as part of further investment of up to £44 million. The network will give the towns access to a brand new, high-quality and reliable broadband network that is capable of delivering speeds up to 10,000Mbps.

Matthew Hare, CEO at Zzoomm commented:

“Zzoomm offers homes and businesses in these market towns a brilliant Full Fibre service with unmatched speeds that isn’t reliant on the slow, unreliable copper used by other broadband providers in the area.  We are proud to be bringing a competitive and attractive service to unleash the potential through fabulous new communications infrastructure”.

“We are moving faster than ever before to expand our Full Fibre network. As we continue to expand and announce new Zzoomm towns, we see significant interest from residents in getting something better.  Once our networks go live, we see strong uptake for our Full Fibre services. We now have over a quarter of a million homes and businesses live, in build or about to be built, and we will be announcing our next phase of towns in the coming weeks”.

This latest announcement adds to the seven recently announced towns of Congleton, Stokesley and Great Ayton, Northwich, Sandbach, Sherburn-in-Elmet, Winsford and Wombourne, covering 86,000 properties.

Zzoomm, which launched in Henley-on-Thames in 2020 has since added Sandhurst, Crowthorne, Hereford, Crewe, Cannock, Thirsk, Northallerton and Easingwold to their growing Full Fibre footprint.

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