WE’RE HELPING YOU
AND YOUR COMMUNITY GET REAL

County Broadband works with local communities to help everyone get access to full-fibre broadband in towns and villages across East Anglia. Discover the difference between your existing broadband service and our real, full-fibre broadband by watching the video.

WHY REAL FIBRE?


Full-Fibre Broadband

No ‘Victorian’
technologies

Unlike ‘Superfast fibre’ networks which are still likely to feature slow ‘Victorian-era’ copper phone cables that constrain your broadband connection, our fibre broadband networks only rely on Hyperfast fibre cables to deliver your service.

Hyperfast, Full-Fibre Broadband

Not just better…
18 times better

Unleash the power of full-fibre, future-ready broadband at your property, with incredible speeds that reach up to 900mbps – That’s 18-times faster than the UK average speed about 50/60 Mbps*

Full-Fibre Broadband In Your Community

Built for you
and your community

Unlike large ‘corporate’ providers, we’re a local broadband provider and we work with your local community to fund and build a real full-fibre broadband network offering huge benefits!


*Based on average speed figures published by Ofcom in 2020 outlining the UK average broadband speed
now approximately up to 60mbps and customers ordering our 900mbps service.

REAL FIBRE FOR YOUR COMMUNITY

Discover how we're working with communities across Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire by investing £46 million on new broadband networks for local, rural villages.



LATEST NEWS AND BLOGS

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Going for gold! County Broadband celebrates INCA top industry awards

County Broadband has been recognised for its superior fibre and wireless network quality after achieving two coveted Gold Standard Quality Marks from INCA.

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County Broadband celebrates ‘phenomenal’ seven-fold business growth in three years

We are celebrating a seven-fold workforce increase in just three years after recruiting our 100th employee during the pandemic.

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