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;

Broadband Connection Voucher Scheme for all of Nottinghamshire

The DCMS has just approved the extension of the high speed broadband Connection Voucher Scheme to cover the whole of Nottinghamshire, take a look below to see if you are eligible for this grant!

Nottinghamshire Broadband Connection Voucher Scheme

SMEs, Charities and Social Enterprises are invited to apply for a voucher worth between £100 and £3,000 towards the installation of a superfast (30Mbps +) internet connection for their business. Even if they already have broadband they may still be eligible for a free voucher to upgrade to Superfast Broadband.

Business eligibility?

1) Must have a registered office and trading address in Nottinghamshire (including the City)

2) Must be an SME (Small or Medium Enterprise), Charity or Social Enterprise

3) Must not have received more than approx. £120k in grants in the last three years

What are the benefits to Nottinghamshire businesses of upgrading their connection?

•Reduced capital expenditure on hardware and software by getting into cloud computing

•Improved information sharing and provision of a better customer experience

•Introduction of time and money saving applications and services, including IP voice, data storage, video streaming and HD videoconferencing

•Allowing people to work from home in exactly the same way as they do in the office (i.e. using exactly the same applications and accessing exactly the same systems and information)

•Increasing the availability and reliability of vital communications

What type of connectivity is available through the scheme?

Firms involved in the scheme will work with businesses to ensure that they are offered the most suitable solution for their business. Among the services that can be provided as part of the scheme are:

Fibre To The Premises (FTTP); Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC); Fibre on demand (FTTPoD); Ethernet First Mile (EFM); Leased Line; Ethernet; GEA

What do Nottinghamshire businesses need to do next?

Spread the word amongst other businesses. If there’s a number of business units in one location, they can aggregate their vouchers to create a much bigger pot of funding:

The vouchers are on a first come, first served basis, so please don’t delay. Visit the following website for more information and to check eligibility: https://www.connectionvouchers.co.uk/