4th March 2021
Following the recent announcement that toob will be expanding its full-fibre network into a further 11 towns across Surrey and Hampshire, Camberley and Frimley are set to be next to benefit from next generation full-fibre broadband. toob‘s network rollout delivers download speeds 14x faster than the UK average and upload speeds 64x faster than the UK average (source: Ofcom’s UK home broadband performance report, May 2020). For just £25 per month, toob will be offering 900 Mbps upload and download speeds to residential customers with unlimited usage and no line rental charges, the most competitive consumer full-fibre broadband service in the UK.
toob will be investing £8m in Camberley and Frimley to build a brand-new full-fibre network to deliver faster, more reliable broadband to more than 20,000 premises by the end of 2022. toob is working closely with Surrey Heath Borough Council to maximise the benefits of the rollout to the local community. Build activity is due to start in spring 2021 with first customers connected by the end of the summer 2021. Thousands of customers in Southampton are already benefiting from the speeds and the increased reliability full-fibre broadband delivers. Camberley and Frimley residents and businesses should register their interest here to ensure they are kept up to date with toob’s rollout and are the first to know when toob is available to order.
Nick Parbutt, toob’s CEO, said: “We have always viewed the deployment of full-fibre networks as an economic and social necessity and the current challenges we are facing only reinforces this belief. With the announcement of our next locations, I am delighted that we can bring the benefits of full-fibre broadband to more families, businesses and communities. This is a very exciting time for toob and we’re delighted to be getting started in Camberley and Frimley. We know there is a real need for affordable, reliable internet and we are quickly filling that gap in the market with thousands of existing happy customers.”
Local resident and Chair of Camberley Cricket Club, Keith Halsey said: “This announcement from toob is the boost that Camberley needs for both homes and businesses. This affordable and fast internet has been a long time coming and I’m sure will be welcomed with open arms by the residents of Camberley.” Councillor Alan McClafferty, Leader, Surrey Heath Borough Council said: “We welcome this investment in Camberley and Frimley and I am delighted to see that it is starting to be delivered on the ground. This technology will help to support a growing economy and help secure the future prosperity of our Borough.”