Join us at our Summer of Fun for the chance to be a Quickline prize winner!

We’re embarking on a Summer of Fun roadshow visiting communities across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire… and we’d love you to join us!

During June, July and August we’ll be popping up at a series of village events in support of the areas where we’ve been rolling our network out over recent months.

Everyone who visits us at one of these occasions will be entered into a competition draw, with a selection of fantastic prizes up for grabs.

The grand prize is a hi-tech hamper comprising a VR headset, tech watch, Bluetooth speaker and one year of free Quickline broadband, including entertainment bolt-ons.

As we roll out our fast, reliable fibre broadband to more rural communities across our network area, we’d love to meet you and give you the chance to ask us any questions you might have about our packages.

Our Summer of Fun programme is below:

  • Messingham Show, North Lincolnshire, June 10
  • Great Crakehall Annual Charity Cricket Match, North Yorkshire, July 16
  • Heckington Show, Lincolnshire, July 29-30
  • East Halton Show, North Lincolnshire, August 13

Julian Chalk, our Head of Network Enablement and Engagement, said: “We’re excited to announced the Quickline team will be popping up at a series of events across our rollout areas this summer.

“It’s important to us to engage with the communities we serve and give local people the opportunity to meet our team and chat to them about our services.

“If you’re visiting any of the events on our Summer of Fun calendar, make sure to come and say hello and enter our competition to give yourself a chance to win some amazing prizes.”

We’ve almost reached the half-way point of 2023 and now we’re kicking off the second half of the year with a bang.

The four events we’re visiting this summer are within a 30-minute drive of dozens of rural communities we’re now able to provide our broadband packages to.

We’re committed to continuing to transform the broadband experience for rural villages and hamlets which have, until now, been neglected by major providers.

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