Who Owns Fibrus Networks

Fibrus is owned by Infracapital, a leading infrastructure investor, who have a strong track-record in delivering, owning and managing investments in full fibre broadband projects.

Where is Fibrus based

We’re a UK company, who pride ourselves on great value and local customer support.

Choose Fibrus and you’ll get fibrefast and hypervalue fibre broadband with a local service.

Who are Fibrus

Fibrus is the exciting new company bringing Fibrefast Full Fibre Broadband to homes and businesses of Northern ireland.

Our Fibrefast Full Fibre Broadband means that you will no longer have to rely on the legacy of slow copper wires for your service.

We are a Northern Irish company building a brand new network.

How many employees does Fibrus

How many employees does Fibrus have? Fibrus has 2 to 10 employees.

Is Fibrus an ISP

Broadband ISP Fibrus has this morning finally confirmed that they’ve won the Full Fibre Northern Ireland Consortium (FFNI) contract, which is valued at £23m and will see the UK operator expand a new gigabit-capable “full fibre” network to connect over 969 public-sector sites (police, GPs, council offices etc.)

Does Fibrus use Openreach

Startup Fibrus takes on Openreach and Virgin Media.

How do I cancel my Fibrus

To exercise the right to cancel you must inform us by email or phone (contact details at the bottom of this letter) of your decision to cancel this contract by clear statement.

You may use this cancellation form, but this is not obligatory.

Are BT and Openreach the same company

Openreach Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of BT Group. We look after the copper wires and fibre cables that connect homes and businesses to phone and broadband.

Our customers are the 690+ communications providers who sell phone and broadband services to these households and businesses.

How do you contact Virgin Media

Call us on 150 from your Virgin Media landline or Virgin Mobile. Or 0345 454 1111* from any other phone.

Our team is available Monday until Friday, 8am until 9pm and Saturday until Sunday, 8am until 6pm.

Is Plusnet available in Northern Ireland

Plusnet broadband: If you’re in Northern Ireland, Plusnet can provide you with a broadband connection, as long as your local BT exchange is enabled.

Is Virgin Media available in Northern Ireland

“Virgin Media boasts the largest gigabit broadband network in Northern Ireland and we’re delighted to be able to bring our next-generation connectivity to more homes in Newry and surrounding areas.

Does CityFibre use BT line

CityFibre takes on BT and Virgin Media to provide gigabit speeds to millions across the UK – Daily Record.

Which companies use BT Openreach

We supply network services to more than 650 service providers, for example Sky, BT, Vodafone, and TalkTalk, who use them to bring broadband packages to you.

Do all broadband providers use Openreach

Most broadband providers, except Virgin Media, G Network or Community Fibre, use Openreach to access broadband in their homes.

Virgin Media and others, use their own cable infrastructure to supply customers directly with ultrafast internet connections direct to their premises.

Does CityFibre use Openreach

Vodafone is claiming that a new deal with CityFibre will make it the biggest full fibre provider in the UK.

The company – which already uses BT’s Openreach to connect customers – said the deal will see Vodafone “able to offer full fibre to more homes than any other broadband provider”.

Is Virgin Media in London

Virgin Media’s gigabit-capable network Virgin Media’s gigabit network is now available in areas across the UK, including Southampton, Manchester, Reading, Birmingham, Coventry, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Leeds, Bradford, Glasgow, as well as London and across Northern Ireland.

What is hyperfast broadband

Another term now being used quite often is ‘hyperfast’ broadband. This refers to services that go beyond 300Mbps to around 500Mbps or even faster.

How do I contact Openreach Northern Ireland

Alternatively you can call us on 0800 023 2023 (option 1).

What is the fastest broadband in the UK

Fastest internet available in the UK The fastest internet widely available in the UK is 1Gigabit per second (1Gbps), which is 1000 Megabits per second (1000Mbps).

This is often referred to as Gigabit internet. Airband currently offer fibre broadband packages up to 900Mbps.

How fast is hyperfast broadband

Hyperfast broadband is also known as gigabit internet or gigabit broadband which, as you may have guessed, offers speeds up to 1Gbps (1000Mbps).

Why are Openreach in my street

Why is this? The Openreach availability checker checks to see if the street cabinet (the large green box on the street) is fibre enabled.

This means it has fibre capability and is ready to accept orders from all communication providers.

Does Sky use Openreach

Both BT and Sky use the Openreach network to deliver their respective broadband connections.

Both offer unlimited standard broadband, which is slower and less predictable than fibre, with speeds averaging 10Mbps.

Why do Openreach take so long

So why do customers have to wait so long for broadband? It’s just that it’s a manual process.

Each connection takes roughly 30 minutes, and only two technicians can work on an MDF of this size at once – there’s simply not the room.

BT Openreach gets four working days to do this process and update around 40 databases.

What is Hyperfastni

Hyperfast (full-fibre) broadband is the new generation of broadband. Hyperfast broadband means fibre-optic cables run all the way to the home or business.

It provides speeds of up to 1GB and it can often be referred to as Fibre to the Premise (FTTP).

What is Project stratum

Project Stratum aims to improve broadband connectivity by extending Next Generation Access (NGA) broadband infrastructure to approximately 79,000 premises across Northern Ireland that cannot yet access NGA broadband services.