In today's world, broadband connectivity has become an essential part of our daily lives. From remote work and online learning to streaming entertainment and staying connected with friends and family, high-speed internet access is crucial for many aspects of modern life.
As a result, some even argue that broadband should be considered the fourth utility alongside water, electricity, and gas.
“If I asked my kids if would they prefer to have the gas, water, or WiFi on, they'd unanimously say ‘The WiFi,’” comments Richard Perry, Network Delivery Director at London-based broadband company Community Fibre.
“For everything else, we'll put on another coat, or we won't wash for a couple of days,” he laughs. “Today, WiFi is such a key thing, for all ages. If I look at my parents, who are elderly now, they are so reliant on broadband for staying in touch with people, managing their bills, and switching on their heating. It touches everyone.”
Community Fibre is on a mission to provide a true fibre-to-the-home service to residents of one of the busiest cities in the world. It offers the fastest 100% full-fibre broadband in London, with up to 10,000 Mbps for businesses and up to 3,000 Mbps for consumers, at the most competitive prices on the market.
“We build, own, and operate our own dedicated 100% full fibre network,” comments Perry. “We're at the cutting edge of the latest technology that's available. We aren't reliant on anyone else's network, we are deploying our own. And that gives us superfast gigabit-enabled broadband, delivered directly to the home.”