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Hyperfast Network here in Dromore, Castlederg & Fintona

Over two thousand homes and businesses in Dromore, Castlederg and Fintona now have access to hyperfast full fibre broadband speeds.  The new broadband infrastructure has been rolled out by Fibrus Networks Ltd, Northern Ireland’s fastest growing telecoms provider, specialists in providing full fibre broadband to rural and regional areas across the country. 

Fibrus began work earlier this year to transform broadband infrastructure in Dromore, Castlederg and Fintona as part of their extensive rollout, having already completed works across Mid Ulster, South Down and the North Coast. Following the announcement that they have reached 58,000 premises, Dromore, Castlederg and Fintona are next in line to benefit, following on from Fibrus’ huge success in Coalisland.

Fibrus Marketing Manager, Joe Diver said:

“Fibrus was established to enhance the lives of those living in areas like Dromore, Castlederg and Fintona. For too long, rural and regional areas in Co.Tyrone have gone without decent connectivity, making things like working from home, studying online and even gaming, next to impossible.”

“This has cemented the idea that access to quality broadband has become like any other utility. To modern homes and businesses, it is as essential as your electricity and heating.”

“For too long people in this area have not had sufficient broadband connectivity and the announcement that over 4,000 homes and businesses in Co.Tyrone can now access the hyperfast full fibre broadband service is one we are delighted to make. With so many people now working from home as result of the pandemic and as businesses look to reopen and recover following lockdown, good internet access is more important than ever.”

“They will have access to hyperfast connectivity in the form of Fibrus full fibre broadband, which is up to 14 times faster than Northern Ireland’s average download speed and has better speeds than people living in Belfast.  This is a welcome boost for our local economy.”

Joe concluded: “Fibrus will continue to address the imbalance in rural connectivity across Northern Ireland and we look forward to seeing more communities like Dromore, Castlederg and Fintona enjoying the benefits of our full fibre network.”

To find out if you are connectable to Fibrus Hyperfast Fibre Broadband call 02890 993230 or visit www.fibrus.com

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