What is Hyperoptic?
Hyperoptic’s top tier service, providing 1Gbps down and upload speeds, costs £50/month and comes with unlimited downloads. As well as this there’s a 20Mbps down and 1Mbps up service which costs £12.50/month and a 100Mbps symmetric service costing £25/month.
All packages come with unlimited downloads as standard and there’s no traffic management.
Line rental costs £12.50/month (including Evening & Weekend calls) and Anytime UK calls can be added for an extra £3/month.
If you don’t want voice calls included, then the prices for Hyperoptic broadband on its own is £22.50/month, £35/month and £60/month for 20Mbps, 100Mbps and 1Gbps respectively.
- ITV News at Ten spot shines a light on gigabit broadband provider Hyperoptic
- Gigabit broadband ISP Hyperoptic to reach ten new cities
- Hyperoptic connects Chelsea residents to Gigabit fibre broadband
- Hyperoptic gigabit fibre broadband network reaches 20,000 customers
- 1Gbps fibre for 20,000 homes by 2012
Hyperoptic, the all-fibre ISP based in London, has announced plans to double its footprint by the end of the year.
Hyperoptic has to date wired up apartment blocks and premises in Barnet, Croydon, Greenwich, Hammersmith and Fulham, Hounslow, Kensington and Chelsea, Lambeth, Newham, Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Wandsworth and Westminster – this works out at 10,000 homes in total.
By the end of 2012 Hyperoptic plans to take this figure to 20,000 as it extends across the capital.
But it’s not all about Londoners getting fibre – we know that Hyperoptic has plans for elsewhere in the UK which makes today’s other announcement – the goal to connect a half a million homes in the next five years – all the more exciting.
Hyperoptic is still quiet on where it plans to lay its cables next – our money’s on Birmingham or Manchester. More on this when we hear it – in the meantime, check out our interview with Hyperoptic’s managing director Dana Pressman Tobak and our piece on Hyperoptic piping next-gen broadband into City Nites’ luxury pads.
October 11, 2012