CityFibre adds 36 towns and cities to its £4bn fibre-to-the-home roll-out

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Fibre-to-the-home will bring radically faster internet connections to millions of homes and offices across the UK
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Fibre-to-the-home will bring radically faster internet connections to millions of homes and offices across the UK

Glasgow, Nottingham and Wolverhampton, as well as smaller towns, such as Solihull, Crawley and Barnsley, to benefit from CityFibre gigabit broadband network

CityFibre has added 36 UK towns and cities to its plans for its 1Gbps fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) broadband network, bringing the total to 62. Major locations now include Glasgow, Nottingham and Wolverhampton,...

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