The first commercial long-distance telephone call in Great Britain was held on 1st November 1878, with a 115 mile call between Cannon Street in London, and Norwich, using an Edison transmitter on a telegraph wire. 143 years later, UK communications is still almost entirely dependent on these old copper wires our phones have always used.
Between April and December 2025, Openreach will switch off all these old copper services, which means every house and business in the UK must order an Optic Fibre Connection to retain Internet connectivity and their phone numbers.
Given there are 26 Million homes and almost 6 Million business that must order a Fibre connection within the next 4 years, it is critical to place an order now, to ensure you do not get involved in the chaos that will result from Openreach being totally overwhelmed with orders as we move toward the switch-off date.
Avoid going to the back of the queue. Speak to one of our Fibre experts today on 0345 450 9393 or email email@example.com.