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In the coming months, details of streets will be announced. In the meantime you can register your interest to get email updates.
Allderige Ave, Appleton Road, Barrington Ave, Bricknell Ave, Burniston Road, Chanterlands Ave, Cottingham Road, Fairfax Ave, Grammar School Road, Goddard Ave, Kenilworth Ave, Murrayfield Road and Strathcona Ave.
Bentley Grove, Cottingham Road, County Road North, Cranbrook Ave, Cropton Road, National Ave and Tickton Grove.
Baxter Gate, Church Lane, George Street, Ketwell Lane, Sheriff Highway.
Charles Street, East End Road, Main Street, Manor Park, Market Place, Preston Road, Soutter Gate, St Nicholas Gate, Station Road, Weghill Road, Wyton Road, Neatmarsh Road and Staithes Road.
Ainslie Road, Bond Street, Brevere Road, Cleeve Road, Drapers Lane, Greville Road, Hull Road, Inmans Road, Magdalen Road, Scared Gate, Shields Road, St Mary’s Drive and Westlands Road.
Brooklands Road, Woodgate Road, Lomond Road, Kirklands Road, Birdsall Avenue, Coronation Road North, Willerby Road, Manor Road and Westerlands.
Calvert Road, Rosedale Grove, Willerby Road, Wold Road, Danube Road, Wold Road, Bristol Road, Worcester Road, Wymersley Road, Moorhouse Road, Priory Road, Ledbury Road, Wold Road, Coronation Road South, Priory Road, Dayton Road and Shropshire Close.
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By spring 2017 we'll have rolled out fibre broadband to around 105,000 properties in Hull and the surrounding area
Copper wire was never designed to carry high-speed data in the same way as the new fibre cable. Put simply, fibre is up to 25x faster than standard broadband.
Things like bad weather or lots of people on the internet at the same time might mean your current service drops out a lot. With fibre, speed and connection isn’t affected.
As things like Smart TVs, tablets and mobiles improve, they’ll depend more and more on a strong, fast and stable connection. Going superfast means you’ll always be able to enjoy the things you love without the risk of buffering.
Whether you’re streaming live or on catch-up, you won’t miss out.
Download an album in 4 seconds or stream your favourite playlist with no cut-outs.
Everyone online, at home, at the same time.
Perfect for uninterrupted gaming.
Unlike many other internet providers, we’re rolling out our Lightstream connections directly to your property to give you much faster and more reliable speeds. Doing it this way takes a bit longer but means that you’ll be able to do more than ever before online, with a fast and reliable connection.
*Wherever possible we use Fibre to the Home (FTTH) technology, to enable customers to enjoy the best possible superfast connection speeds.
As at 31 March 2016, 93% of available properties were connected using FTTH.
We’re one of the only companies in the UK rolling out fibre broadband directly to homes and businesses, as standard.
Our multi-million pound investment in the city’s digital network is not only giving the best connectivity today, but a major economic advantage for generations to come.
Superfast broadband from KCOM that uses the latest technology made from glass fibre rather than copper. This gives a much faster and more reliable internet connection. It is also future-proof technology, meaning that when everybody starts to do more things online like watching TV, making video calls, working, gaming and more, screens won't freeze, jump or stop like they might have done before.