Welcoming back old customers

We are so pleased with the comments from one of our returning N3 customers. The N3 Project was set up to supply broadband to rural residents in the North Nottinghamshire area who struggle to get broadband.

Fibre has since been install into the village of Clayworth, one of our first customer decided to move to the Fibre service but recently return to our service. He explained the reason for returning was because we provide a flexible service and can accommodate his need for increased upload speeds as well as our personal customer service and helpdesk.

Its great to hear people are enjoying the service.

Example of hardware install on a residential property

Harworth Pit Tower has been demolished

The Harworth Pit Tower, which was home to one of our PoP (Point of presence) masts, has now been demolished with a controlled explosion. The first attempted didn’t quite go to plan and the tower withstood the explosions. Watch the failed attempt below;

Harworth village is now covered by our mast at Moore Farms;

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

As we did last year, instead of sending Christmas cards, we have decided to give to 3 charities. Our chosen charities this year are;

Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity

Weston Park Hospital is one of only four dedicated cancer hospitals in England and its reputation as a centre of excellence in the fight against cancer is recognised not only here in the UK, but also internationally.

Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice

Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, in Sheffield, offers care and support to children with a shortened life expectancy, both in their own homes and at our hospice in North Anston. Bluebell Wood is a place filled with laughter and love.

Age UK Derby and Derbyshire 

Age UK Derby and Derbyshire is still an independent local charity focused on the needs of older people in the city and the county. We have retained our independence, money, and aims.