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100Mbps fibre broadband coming May 1 at South Yorkshire ISP

South Yorkshire fibre broadband provider LittleBigOne will start offering up-to-100Mbps services from May 1.

LittleBigOne logoThe fibre-to-the-cabinet provider has started taking pre-orders to customers who are rated as ready for the service by its online speed checker.

LittleBigOne’s ultra-fast broadband service will cost £35/month with a £50 set-up fee on an 18-month contract.

There’s also a special advance rate saving £50 on a 12-month contract if you can afford £420 up-front and £35/month for six months.

The headline speeds will be up-to-100Mbps downstream and up-to-20Mbps upstream, with a wireless N router included.

On its Facebook page, LittleBigOne said: “Ultra-fast broadband available to order now! Check out the amazing ultra-fast speeds you could be getting with our postcode checker and order NOW to go live from 1st May.

“Anyone who is already a customer of, if you would like to drop us an email to, we can give you a more accurate reading as we have an active connection to you.”

LittleBigOne is one of several ISPs using infrastructure built by the Digital Region fibre project bankrolled by the government and Sheffield, Doncaster, Rotherham and Barnsley.

Digital Region recently accepted a £10m bailout to keep its infrastructure running while the backers seek a private partner to take over.

LittleBigOne also charges a standard line rental of £13/month and £42 connection fee, and offers a TV-over-broadband service.