Superfast Broadband now in Sixpenny Handley
by Wessex Internet Team
by Wessex Internet Team
Wessex Internet, the area’s only rural superfast Internet provider have expanded its wireless coverage to parts of Sixpenny Handley (6dH). The expansion means that a large number of 6dH residents & businesses can now make benefit of a superfast (30 Mb/s) Internet connection.
Customers will have a small receiver fitted to the outside of their property that points to a nearby wireless base station at Pentridge to take advantage of the superfast service. An Internal Wi-Fi router is provided, and an optional telephone line adapter can be connected to this for customers who wish to migrate from BT to a lower cost Internet phone line.
Wessex Internet’s services are perfect for streaming HD TV & movies, using Skype, working from home effectively and using business-applications efficiently, all without the inconsistency and slowdowns associated with the traditional copper-line broadband available in 6dH.
It is anticipated that the coverage in 6dH will expand as residents & businesses register their interest (no contract obligation), and talks are underway to make use of the Church Tower as a discrete wireless Network Booster station to maximise the coverage.
Superfast Internet services start from £25 per month for 30 Mb/s; £5 per month extra for a telephone line, and there’s a short 6 month minimum contract term. Customers also benefit from an initial 30-day money back guarantee. Wessex Internet have 100% client retention, its network benefits from super low latency & low contention, and services aren’t affected by rain, snow or fog.
Customers have already started to be connected in Sixpenny Handley and it has made immediate improvements. Wessex have over 2000 users making benefit of its network each day, and it’s currently growing the customer base by 10% per month. Nearby business customers include Sandroyd School, Rushmore Estate, Larmer Tree & End of the Road Festivals and Clayesmore School.
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