FullFibre’s Fibre Heroes have seen a successful and seamless build in the Staffordshire town
Wholesale network builder FullFibre have ‘lit’ up Leek, one of their Staffordshire build towns.
Focusing on connecting underserved towns, FullFibre operate on a strictly wholesale model allowing for consumer choice through healthy competition amongst their partner ISPs.
Seamlessly building their full fibre infrastructure, through a combination of re-using existing OR ducts/Poles and installing their own physical infrastructure, Full Fibre have flown through the build with significant parts of the town live form day one.
Prioritising the speed of the build has been key in order to raise awareness through their B2C brand Fibre Heroes, generating leads for their retail ISP partners to serve customers within the town.
FullFibre’s Area General Manager of the Leek build, Chris Williams, said:
“Coming to Leek that has historically been underserved and seeing residents desperate for a clean, undisruptive build, we knew we could step up to the challenge. Providing FTTP access for our customers in Leek really fills me with pride for my team, knowing the high-quality work that has been carried out.”
FullFibre continue on their mission to serve 500,000 premises by their first milestone year of 2025.