Zzoomm switches on UK’s fastest Full Fibre home broadband

21 January 2020

Zzoomm, the Full Fibre broadband network operator, announces that it has switched on the UK’s fastest Full Fibre home broadband service for customers in Henley-on-Thames.

Zzoomm’s Full Fibre broadband provides homes and businesses in Henley-on-Thames with download speeds of 2Gbps (2,000 Mbps) and upload speeds to match, allowing customers to stream, game, download and work at the highest speeds available in the UK today.

Zzoomm is leading the way on offering multiple services to the home through its Double Network and Double Wi-Fi offerings. Two Zzoomm Hubs give customers in Henley-on-Thames either extended Wi-Fi coverage across the home or a second broadband service of 100Mbps in the home, free of charge. Customers can separate home and work networks, teenagers and family Wi-Fi usage for the cost of a single Full Fibre connection.

Zzoomm is designing, building and operating a new Full Fibre network where the fibre runs directly into the property. Zzoomm is building out this network in smaller towns and suburban areas across the UK where there is no existing Full Fibre network. The demand for better and faster broadband connectivity is ever-growing and Zzoomm aims to deliver broadband to homes and businesses at speeds of up to 10Gps (10,000Mbps) in the very near future.

Zzoomm’s ambition is to serve more than a million homes and businesses with Full Fibre by 2025 in underserved towns and suburbs across the UK.

Matthew Hare, Zzoomm’s Founder and Chief Executive said,
“Life’s too short for bad broadband. Zzoomm’s customers can now do more, with industry-leading speeds at eye-catching prices. No more fighting over Wi-Fi or waiting for movies to download. Homes in Henley-on-Thames can now access broadband speeds of up to 2Gbps.

“Zzoomm’s launch of Double services backed by our industry-leading speeds represents the future of UK broadband and Henley-on-Thames is the first town to benefit from this – with many towns across the UK to follow.”