Bath-based Truespeed has officially started rolling out its ultrafast, gigabit-capable full fibre broadband network in Bath, propelling the World Heritage city into the gigabit era. The local, multi-award winning business is also expanding its footprint into neighbouring areas in Somerset, including Keynsham and Saltford in its bid to bring the South West into the digital fast lane.
Truespeed are on a mission to bring left-behind towns, cities and rural communities across the South-West the benefits of affordable, full fibre broadband direct to their doors. Bath’s rich culture and historic significance means the city has been stymied with poor unreliable broadband for years. Subsequently leaving its businesses and residents in the digital slow lane. Undeterred by the momentous challenge, Truespeed are using an array of innovative deployment technicinwues in order to help people across the city. Ushering in a new era of connectivity, Bath will at long last have its digital playing field levelled once and for all.
Wera Hobhouse, MP for Bath said, “Truespeed’s investment will benefit the city enormously as ultrafast broadband connectivity can’t come soon enough for Bath businesses and residents. It’s great that a Bath-based firm is at the forefront of supporting our communities and taking our beautiful city into the full fibre fast lane.”
Bath is home to a multitude of progressive and world leading businesses. Providing an ultrafast platform that allows home workers and businesses to tap into some of the fastest broadband speeds in the world. By building a brand new infrastructure, Truespeed deliver 10 gigabit-capable full fibre broadband directly into premises. Guaranteeing lightning quick connectivity and cast-iron reliability, even at peak times. With truly flexible and productive working, Truespeed are helping propel Bath forward as a thriving business hub.
Evan Wienburg, CEO of Truespeed, commented, “We’re excited to get going in Bath while stepping up the roll-out of our full fibre network in Wells and surrounding areas in Somerset. We’re lighting up our map of the South-West and bringing under-served households and businesses the future-proofed gigabit capable connectivity they deserve.”
True to its community-first ethos, Truespeed also offers primary schools and community hubs passed by its network free ultrafast broadband for life. To date, over 100 schools and community hubs have signed up for free broadband.