Fibre-to-the-home deal for HBF members

Fibre-to-the-home deal for HBF members

Broadband provider GTC has announced a simplified rebate system and the inclusion of smaller developments on its Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) package.

A simplified rebate system and the inclusion of smaller developments from 40* plots upwards: an exclusive package agreed with the HBF, provides members with GTC’s high-speed UltraStream300 Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) on new-build sites at discounted rates.

UltraStream300, available as standard to all HBF members, offers reliable, ultrafast speeds of 300Mbps. It is also future-ready to give 1Gbps when higher speeds are required. New homes will be fibre-ready when their owners move in and homeowners can benefit from a wide choice of five independent service providers, offering a range of broadband and phone packages. Discounted Sky TV packages are also available.

This open-access fibre network is delivered as part of GTC’s multi-utility installation programme, that ensures that fibre is included in the live connection of all utilities prior to the new homeowner moving in. This multi-utility approach, GTC says, gives housebuilders a straightforward and reliable service for their utility requirements, simplifying the installation, co-ordination and management of networks via one provider.

Tom Brough, GTC’s Sales and Marketing Director said, “We are committed to offering HBF members, many of whom we have worked with for years, the best commercial terms that we can, combined with our market-leading FTTH product and the reliability of delivery for which GTC is known. With this new agreement, even more projects will be able to take advantage.”

The offer incorporates unlimited free site assessments, dedicated site technical management and after-sales benefits which include product training, promotional marketing material and a complimentary sales-suite ultrafast broadband connection. Full details of the new HBF agreement and technical guides can be found on GTC’s website and on the company’s customer portal, GTC Live.

Craig Ferrans, HBF technical director commented, “We are committed to working with service providers such that we can deliver the high-speed, future-proofed broadband that homeowners are looking for.”

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