Zzoomm to provide full fibre connections in further four new towns as a part of roll out to 1 million homes

22 November 2022

Zzoomm, the rapidly growing full fibre operator, is to roll out its full fibre infrastructure to residential and business premises in a further four market towns across England. Zzoomm is already building and providing full fibre connectivity and services to 25 locations.

The four new market towns are: Kinsley, Upton and Askern in Yorkshire and Calne in Wiltshire.
Askern joins nearby towns South Elmsall, Hemsworth, Bolton upon Dearne and Thurnscoe in becoming part of the digitally inclusive towns in the area.

Following the considerable interest generated from Zzoomm’s recent announcement to install full fibre in Hemsworth and South Elmsall, Zzoomm is extending its development to Kinsley and Upton.

The newly announced towns will make up for nearly 18,000 new homes and businesses set to receive Zzoomm, building on their goal to reach 1 million properties. Zzoomm will be building a brand new, high-quality and reliable network that is capable of delivering speeds up to 10,000Mbps to every home and business in each town.

Zzoomm’s infrastructure division is now a 350-strong in-house team running five regional hubs with two best-in-class training centres that allows it to recruit from local communities, develop local talent and support its delivery of a high-quality full fibre broadband.

Matthew Hare, CEO Zzoomm commented:

“Zzoomm changes lives for the better. We see interest in the towns we are operating in creates interest in adjacent communities. This has driven our growth across Yorkshire.

“We will be able to provide full fibre to up to 18,000 homes and businesses across our newly announced Zzoomm towns, and this new investment is part of our plan to roll out our service to 1 million homes and businesses.

“Zzoomm offers homes and businesses in our market towns a brilliant full fibre service with unmatched speeds and reliability that isn’t reliant on the slow, unreliable copper used by other broadband providers.”