Internet firm Air Broadband is offering high-speed internet to Preston residents.Advertisement
The firm intends to level up the community by supplying high-speed, stable internet to homes and businesses.
The company said they provide free standard installation and an entry service of £28 per month for an Air200 Mbps service.
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Preston residents will sign up to a mailing list and receive a message when Gigabit internet is in their area. It can offer speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps, which allows an entire household to take advantage of high speeds.
Gordon Sadler, Air Broadband Sales and Marketing Manager, said: “Full fibre services are the future of internet connection, so Air Broadband is honoured to be able to provide our services to homes in Preston.
“We hope customers will see that Air is an internet provider set for the future, with customer service set at a level to match our speeds.”
Air Broadband said families will be able to stream buffer-free 4K television, hold clear work calls, and enjoy zero-latency online gaming at the same time, representing an improvement on traditional broadband packages offered by providers.
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Air Broadband said they are committed to using the latest high-tech infrastructure to improve internet speeds across Preston.
As more work takes place from home and livelihoods are now dependent on secure connections, Air Broadband said they intend to ensure that as many Preston residents as possible have access to high-speed, reliable broadband.
Steve Thorpe, CityFibre’s City Manager, said: “We are delighted people in Preston are going to be able to take advantage of all the benefits full-fibre has to bring.
“We continue to expand our network across Preston, allowing more people to make the switch to full-fibre.”
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