Companies like BT Broadband, Sky and TalkTalk all use the Openreach network, so these Internet Service Providers (ISPs) should offer their customers all the improvements in the future.
The news follows on from Openreach’s announcement last month that it would target more than six million rural and hard-to-reach households and businesses across the UK – with these newest urban locations stretching from Bournemouth in Dorset, Dunfermline in Scotland, to Kettering in the East Midlands , Sunderland in the northeast and Wrexham in Wales.
About the upgrade, Clive Selley, CEO of Openreach said: “Nobody is building Full Fiber faster, further or in a higher quality than Openreach in the UK. Our engineers and construction partners are working flat out to bring this life-changing technology to rural, urban and suburban communities across the country, and we look forward to furthering our plans with further details on where and when we will be building.
“More than a million customers already enjoy our most revolutionary and most reliable broadband ever. It’s the next generation of the internet ready for anything. You can surf, shop, play, work and study without skipping a beat – so check our website to see when we are on your street. “