MS3 has strengthened its position in the home broadband market as it welcomed a further internet service provider to its network.
Telecoms Acquisitions’ Home Telecom takes the number of providers offered by the city’s challenger network to more than 30.
The Hessle-based operation received major European investment two years ago to support the significant acceleration and expansion of the network, when Asterion Industrial Partners, a Spanish-headquartered investment firm, bought in. MS3 has a target of supporting the rollout of 10Gb-capable fibre-to-the-premise connectivity to more than half a million homes and businesses by 2025.
Sam Hales, sales and marketing director at Hessle-based MS3 Networks, said: “Welcoming Home Telecom to our network marks another important move for us. Our ISP partner network has grown substantially in 2023 and each partner brings its own unique set of benefits.
“Working with Home Telecom means we can offer people in Hull services they’ve previously been unable to access, while providing them even better choice in broadband supplier.”
The firm, based in Horsham, West Sussex, is also behind the Fleur and Eclipse Telecom brands, and announced a partnership with TalkTalk less than a year ago. It offers flexible broadband, mobile SIM-only and phone packages, as well as home energy and Sky TV.
Nigel Barnett, chief executive of Telecom Acquisitions, said: “Onboarding yet another supplier is testimony to the excellent service we offer our customers, and now we can offer the fastest and most reliable broadband on the market, future-proofing services for our customers, wrapped up in our Trustpilot rated ‘Excellent’ service – it’s a real win for the consumer.”
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