Customers of leading global provider of connectivity and cloud services, M247, will now be able to access ultrafast fibre connectivity directly from its own network infrastructure following its full fibre city project in Manchester.
This move has improved connectivity options for over 27,000 businesses across Manchester, increasing its reach in these areas by 146%. The project is part of a wider expansion programme across M247’s UK and international networks, totalling a seven-figure investment.
The new Manchester city fibre network offers customers a new range of business internet or ethernet services with speeds up to 10Gbps and faster connection times, as well as quicker fixes and competitive pricing.
Exchanges have been unbundled across three key business districts in Manchester. M247 also owns full fibre access networks in London and Leeds and is planning to roll out further city networks in Liverpool and Birmingham within this financial year.
Jenny Davies, CEO at M247 commented, “As businesses are increasingly adopting cloud technology, many are turning their attention to the kind of connectivity they use to achieve business grade speeds. Customers want the ability to choose which connectivity solution best fits their business needs, whether that be radio (wireless), fibre (cable) or both. Wireless connectivity will still continue to form a key part of our offering, and our Manchester city fibre network is about offering customers that choice all through one provider.
We’re constantly striving to remain at the forefront of technological developments and continuously improve our product and service offering for our customers. As well as a wider range of technologies and a greater choice of connectivity, M247 offers faster connection speeds and competitive pricing.”
"Were constantly striving to remain at the forefront of technological developments and continuously improve our product and service offering for our customers."
Jenny Davies, CEO at M
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