Fed up with slow broadband in Aylesbury Vale and want to do something about it?
If you're not part of any BT fibre broadband rollout plans we can help through having a partnered approach. We've worked with lots of communities to build solutions to deliver superfast internet.
Our solution is a Community Fibre Partnership. This is where we work with a local group to bring fibre broadband to an area.
There usually needs to be a joint funding arrangement, where we contribute to the costs in line with our commercial model, and the community self-funds the remaining 'gap'. Our teams build the most affordable solution possible, and even though you'd be co-funding the infrastructure, it could work out much cheaper than selecting a network where you're tied to a single supplier over the term of your contract.
We're holding two events where you can meet us and find out more information about our jointly funded fibre offering, and we’d like to invite communities to attend who wish to explore options with Community Fibre Partnerships to get access to fibre broadband.
The dates are:
Monday 10th July 2017 from 7.00pm
Little Horwood Village (Recreation) Hall. Church St (through car park of the Shoulder and Mutton Pub), Little Horwood, Milton Keynes, MK17 0PF
Thursday 13th July from 7.30pm
Chearsley Village Hall, Winchendon Road, Chearsley, Buckinghamshire, HP18 0DP
Important note: if you can’t make one of these events but are interested in bringing fibre broadband to your community please register here
Reasons to choose Openreach, the UK’s primary infrastructure provider
- The network is available to all communications providers – that’s well over 500. This means there is a wide range of services that provide real choice
- The infrastructure already provides a complete network covering virtually the entire country and supporting 28 million phone lines
- Regular maintenance and improvement of the infrastructure - £10.5bn has been invested in improving the network over the last 10 years
- Capability of delivering both FTTC services (up to 80Mbps download) and FTTP services (up to 300Mbps download)