G.Network raises GBP 4.6 mln for Central London expansion

Wednesday 14 June 2017 | 15:07 CET | News
New business ISP G.Network has raised over GBP 4.6 million in funding from Albion Capital, Startups reported. Based in Mayfair, the company provides fibre broadband connectivity to small businesses across Central London, with deals starting at GBP 85 per month and with speeds ranging from 20Mbps to 10Gbps.

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