There’s no copper
in our networks
Currently most of the broadband connections in the UK feature a part-copper, part-fibre connection, referred to as ‘Superfast Fibre’ – copper is great for making pots and pans but it’s not designed to deliver the speeds your home internet needs require.
County Broadband is privately-funded, Essex-based company with a mission to deliver True Fibre broadband networks across the East of England to ensure homes and businesses get access to ‘Gigabit’, 1,000Mbps broadband.
A True Fibre connection is pure fibre optic cable from start to finish, meaning that (unlike ‘Superfast’ FTTC fibre) there’s no copper cable between your premises and the exchange – at all. The result is much, much faster internet.
We’re a local company based in Essex and we’ve been trading for more than 15 years, providing reliable broadband solutions to people in East Anglia.
We recently secured £46m of investment which we want to use to build True Fibre networks, starting in Essex and moving out across the East of England.
How Does True Fibre
Compare to Superfast Broadband?
Time to download a 5GB HD Film
1000Mbps County Broadband