Freedom Fibre is proud to be connecting its first customers onto its new full-fibre network in Leigh.
Freedom Fibre’s announced its plans in mid-December 2021 to extend its new ultrafast network in Leigh, a large town in the Borough of Wigan. This new gigabit-capable technology is now already available in some areas and the remainder of the build in the area is progressing fast.
One of the first customers to go live was Mr Kelly, he told us, “I've been a loyal, satisfied customer of TalkTalk for over 30 years, I'm looking forward to upgrading to full-fibre as we have become more reliant on technology in our homes these days”.
Leigh has over 25,000 homes and 1200 businesses that will soon benefit from this full-fibre rollout.
Freedom Fibre’s new technology will help empower local businesses; offering faster service for both themselves and local consumers generating potential for growth for innovative online services. Those companies with employees working from home will certainly welcome the superb reliability that full-fibre offers.
Tony Moore, Chief Delivery Director said, “Our engineers and build partners are working flat-out to deliver this technology to rural and urban communities in the North West. We’re delighted that Leigh is progressing well and customers are now able to experience our gigabit-capable services through TalkTalk”.
Full-fibre connections provide a better service with speeds up to 10x faster* than the average UK broadband connection. You can expect 5 x more reliability** than any previous network plus you can connect your devices at once with more reliable speeds. Now is the time to upgrade with Openreach preparing to retire the old copper services in the future.
Residents interested in boosting their home broadband experience can pre-register their interest at www.freedomfibre.com/register. You’ll be updated as soon as services are available.
*Based on data from Ofcom ‘UK home broadband performance, measurement period November 2020’. **Based on data from Ofcom ‘Building a full-fibre future’ report 2018.