This month we’ll be rolling out 1 gigabit full-fibre broadband to 11,000 homes and business across all of Bingley to free them from slow speeds and poor service. We expect our first services to go live towards the end of September 2021.
Our rollout will cover homes and businesses across Crossflatts, Micklethwaite, Eldwick, Priestthorpe, Riddlesden, Sandbeds, Ferncliffe & Gilstead and East Morton. If your street is going to be affected, we’ll let you know by post and members of our team will be in the area to answer questions and to provide more information on the project. You can find out more about the works on our Bingley page.
We’re offering residents the opportunity to experience 1 gigabit per second broadband for free for six months with no obligation or commitment. This is part of our launch special to customers who sign up for our broadband services early. After the six-month trial period, you can choose one of three packages - 100mbps service is £33, 500mbps at £39 and 1 gigabit at £49.
Giorgio Iovino, Brsk founder and CEO, said:
“The Internet has a transformative impact on people’s lives. This is an opportunity to free the town of Bingley from long term contracts, poor service and unreliable broadband. We’re excited to announce that we are letting the community of Bingley try our 1 gigabit per second service, for free, for six months. No obligations.
“In a post-pandemic world that demands high-speed connectivity, for multiple users across many devices, full-fibre broadband with ultrafast speeds and reliability of service is vital to Bingley’s people. Communities who are better connected can work more flexibly, access better quality entertainment, and make greater use of all that the Internet has to offer.
We aim to upgrade broadband infrastructure to full-fibre in UK towns that have been “forgotten” by other broadband providers.
Full fibre uses fibre-optic cables to deliver broadband services to premises (Fibre to the Premises, FTTP), providing faster speeds and more reliable service than copper-based networks (Fibre to the Cabinet, FTTC). FTTP Networks like these boost local economies by providing jobs, making property more saleable and enabling a much more attractive base for businesses and home workers alike.
We will soon be adding a voice phone service (which uses your internet connection to make calls, like calls on WhatsApp or FaceTime). This means you can keep your current landline number and move away from your old and unreliable copper line.
If you’d like to try out our 1 Gigabit broadband service for free, for six months, use our ‘coverage checker’ to find your address and sign-up - the free trial will automatically be added as part of the order process.