Zzoomm Full Fibre broadband removes barrier to customers need for speed with revised prices
1 July 2020, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, Zzoomm, the Full Fibre broadband network operator, today announces a revised pricing structure to reflect the changing broadband needs of both current and future customers, as the UK adapts to new ways of working and living.
Zzoomm has been building the fastest Full Fibre network in the UK for its customers in Henley-on-Thames to support their needs during this unprecedented time of change.
Following Zzoomm’s free service upgrade, which gave all new and existing customers 900Mbps average upload and download speeds throughout April, May and June, and due to the surge in demand for higher broadband speeds during this time, Zzoomm has decided to remove the barrier to higher speeds.
Zzoomm still offers the fast and affordable POP! 100Mbps service for £29 per month, and has revised its pricing downwards across its range of higher speed products:
|POW! 400Mbps||Now £39||was £49 saving £10 per month|
|WHOOSH! 900Mbps||Now £59||was £89 saving £30 per month|
|WOW! 2000Mbps||Now £99||was £189, saving £90 per month|
This new pricing structure will support the company’s ambition to connect more than a million homes and businesses to high speed Full Fibre broadband in underserved towns and suburbs across the UK and pave the way for a nation with access to high speed connectivity as standard.
Matthew Hare, Zzoomm’s Chief Executive, commented:
“The rise in demand for higher speeds over the last few months has been tremendous. Zzoomm’s Full Fibre broadband is the most reliable solution to get and keep the UK connected at the speed we all want. Our new lower prices for higher speeds will enable current and future customers to stay better connected as we move out of lockdown and into our new way of working and living.
“Here at Zzoomm we are bringing Full Fibre broadband to Henley-on-Thames and beyond, building a fast and resilient network that meets the needs of our customers, now and in the future.”