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Toob full-fibre broadband network now live in Southampton

Wednesday 11 September 2019 | 11:29 CET | News

UK full-fibre broadband start-up Toob announced that its network is now live in Southampton, delivering download and upload speeds of 900 Mbps.

Toob is investing GBP 50 million to deploy its full-fibre network to 100,000 properties across Southampton over the next two years. This is part of plans to connect more than one million premises across the South of England. 



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Categories: Fixed
Companies: Toob
Countries: United Kingdom
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