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TalkTalk's Ultra Fibre Optic broadband launches in York

TalkTalk's new UFO service is now available in 1800 homes in York, offering its customers download speed up to 100 times faster than its standard broadband package without pushing up the price.

By on September 30, 2015 at 14:00 PM
TalkTalk's Ultra Fibre Optic broadband launches in York

1800 homes in the Rawcliffe, Clifton, Huntington and Groves areas of York are now able to take advantage of download speeds reaching up to 940Mb, thanks to TalkTalk's new UFO service. The Ultrafast, Fibre Optic broadband service, built in partnership with Sky and City Fibre, is currently being put through its paces by a number of trialists before becoming more widely available in the coming months.

Mr Paterson, one of the trialists in the area, said:

I'm really excited to be part of this programme. Like most households, we're doing more and more online. It's not just the speed that's appealing, knowing that we can all do as much as we want online at the same time is also a huge advantage.

The service is currently available at the same price as TalkTalk's standard broadband packages, offering speeds 100 times faster for around £21.70 month including line rental. Because UFO is available at no extra cost, TalkTalk claims to be the first and only UK broadband provider to offer pure fibre broadband all the way to the home for the same price as standard broadband.

Dido Harding, TalkTalk CEO, said:

Ultra Fibre Optic will truly transform the broadband experience in York and we've been blown away by the local support. For such a leap in performance you'd expect to pay more, but we believe ultrafast broadband should be available to everyone.

You can learn more about Ultra Fibre Optic broadband on the TalkTalk website.

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