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YouFibre's connect their first Gravesend customer

By Harry Whittle
17 May 2022

YouFibre, the ultrafast and ultra-affordable internet provider which offers market-leading
service and reliability, has connected its first customer in Gravesend, Kent.

The company, which was founded in 2019, has seen exponential growth in recent months as it expands its offer across the UK. The Kent connection marks the 20th town with Youfibre link.

David Price, YouFibre’s first customer in Gravesend, said: “We’re a huge gaming household and so switching to a fast and reliable broadband was extremely important for me and my two sons, as well as my partner who works from home.

"We have already seen a huge difference since going live on the YouFibre network – it’s been fantastic. Not only was the transition smooth and very simple, but everyone we encountered has been extremely friendly and helpful.”

YouFibre offers its customers speeds of up to 10 Gbps in Gravesend, compared to the UK average of 79.1Mbps, enabling its customers to benefit from reliable ultrafast speeds for decades to come. It runs on a full fibre broadband network from Netomnia.

Full fibre networks use fibre optic cables to deliver broadband direct to properties, providing faster, more reliable speeds and service than copper-based networks used by many broad-
band providers, providing a future-proofed network .

YouFibre offers a range of packages for consumers and businesses, starting at £17 per month,
increasing to £50 per month for ultrafastbroadband services.

Ryan Battle, Managing Director of YouFibre, commented: “We are delighted to be connect-
ing our first customer in Gravesend with our ultrafast and reliable internet connection. Abso-
lutely anything is possible on our network, whether that be multiple devices downloading movies at once or working from home – the opportunities are endless. We look forward to
serving the community’s digital needs, supporting the local people and the local economy.”

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