Homes and businesses in three more Lincolnshire villages now have access to fast, reliable broadband as rural provider Quickline continues its fibre rollout.
Tetney, in East Lindsey; Kirton, near Boston; and Barnetby le Wold, close to Brigg; in North Lincolnshire, are the latest communities to be connected to Quickline’s fibre broadband network.
Quickline’s fibre broadband delivers speeds of up to 1Gbps, so customers can stream, browse and download without fear of buffering or losing connection.
The rollout is part of Quickline’s commitment to tackling the digital divide which exists between urban and rural areas.
Julian Chalk, Head of Network Enablement and Engagement at Quickline, said: “Our fibre service is a game-changer for communities which have endured slow, inconsistent broadband for too long.
“When some providers talk about fibre, that actually means fibre is connected to a cabinet in your local area, but then outdated copper cables carry it to your home or business. That severely impacts the broadband speeds and reliability you receive.
“Our full fibre broadband comes all the way to your door, so you can enjoy greater reliability and higher speeds. With Quickline, you get the full experience.”
Almost 4,500 households across Tetney, Kirton and Barnetby le Wold can now be connected to Quickline’s full fibre broadband and right now, they also have the opportunity to try it out for three months, with no cost or hidden catches.
It is part of a new zero cost, zero contract offer from Quickline.
At the end of the 90-day period, customers can either sign up for one of Quickline’s broadband packages, move onto a rolling contract or simply walk away if they’re not happy with the service.
Unlike many other providers, who tie customers down with lengthy contracts and deliver poor speeds and reliability, there are no catches or hidden terms and conditions.
- For more information about Quickline’s services for rural homes and businesses, visit quickline.co.uk