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INCA Gold Standard Accredited Networks

INCA Gold Standard Networks

The Gold Standard for Networks you can trust

Not all networks are the same. If you’re looking for a Quality Network it makes sense to choose an Accredited Gold Standard Network. These Networks have signed up to a set of criteria which commits them to delivering the highest standards of performance and quality – both now and in the future. For more information click here.

 

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Hyperoptic

Hyperoptic is the country’s largest and fastest-growing gigabit network provider. It delivers the nation’s fastest broadband speeds of up to 1Gbps (1,000 megabits per second), which is over 21x faster than the UK average. Its future-proofed full fibre infrastructure is bringing transformational internet speeds and connection stability to millions of people across the UK. Hyperoptic is committed to extend availability of its full fibre broadband services to five million homes by 2024.

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Truespeed

TrueSpeed is a full fibre infrastructure provider and ISP with a difference. It is rolling out its full fibre network to harder to reach, often rural, communities in south-west England in desperate need of future-proof connectivity. Uniquely, TrueSpeed also offers a free full fibre broadband service for life to schools, village halls and other local community hubs passed by its network, ensuring that the whole community benefits for generations to come.

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WightFibre

WightFibre want the Isle of Wight to be the best connected Island in the UK – so they can improve the lives of everyone living there. The WightFibre Gigabit Island project is deploying the latest generation network technology to provide the island with gigabit speed connections second to none anywhere in the world. We’re digging 500km of new trench into which we are laying 750,000 km of fibre optic cable directly into around 65,000 homes and businesses on the island. Already, thanks to WightFibre, the Isle of Wight is the UK’s ‘fastest Island’ as measured by average broadband speeds across the Isle of Wight. WightFibre are committed to providing the best possible local customer service and support to their customers.

Full Fibre