FullFibre’s Fibre Heroes has provided the residents of Cheadle access to ultrafast broadband for the very first time.
Cheadle is one of many underserved market towns in the county of Staffordshire that FullFibre can now boast RFS properties in.
With very little disruption, the wholesale network provider began their work in December and already the first residents of Cheadle have access to ultrafast broadband and the digital opportunities that come with that.
FullFibre has a growing number of ISP partners that offer market competition and specifically cater to areas and towns often overlooked or disadvantaged when national upgrades are rolled out.
With the help of their B2C marketing campaign Fibre Heroes, it means that partners of the wholesale network provider receive boosted marketing efforts on top of their usual advertisements.
Area General Manager, Chris Williams had this to say:
“Full fibre broadband in small market towns like Cheadle will be a major advantage to local businesses and communities. Having access to this revolutionary technology can offer multiple benefits to these town especially to those now working from home. We’re delighted to bring ultrafast broadband to Cheadle and will continue to serve generations to come.”
Mark Deaville, Staffordshire County Council cabinet member for commercial matters and local councillor for Cheadle said “Connecting our communities to full fibre broadband will make a huge difference to day-to-day living, learning and to local businesses.
“It enables people to live and work efficiently wherever they are and so the county council fully supports the providers carrying out installation. It’s fantastic to see Cheadle and Leek connected.”
FullFibre are working hard to connect all residents in Cheadle as well as neighbouring town Leek so that over 10,000 premises in these towns will have access to this technology.