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Perth and Kinross

Our initial network coverage in Kinross-shire includeded parts of the Cleish Hills, the North side of Benarty Hill and North and East of Loch Leven (including areas such as  Mawcarse,  Auchmuirbridge  and Kinnesswood).

In the first half of 2019 we expanded coverage over the entire Kinross-shire / KY13 postcode area, and the parts of Perthshire and Fife adjoining the KY13 postcode area (KY4, KY5, KY6 and PH2) – and we’re still growing today!

We’re bringing fibre to Perth and Kinross in 2021.

We’ll soon starting building our first fibre network across Perth and Kinross, where residents can experience speeds of 100Mbps and beyond, with unlimited data – all from just £19.99 a month.  What’s more we’re offering FREE installation too – worth up to £5,000

Are you looking to receive our amazing 50Mbps, or potentially 100Mbps, broadband service?

Click the button below to find out what broadband services are available in your area. From there you can place your order, or simply register your interest for a later date.

Broadway’s Promise

Broadway’s is a leader in the emerging world of shared and dynamic spectrum. The aim is to close the digital divide, delivering affordable access to online experiences that are expanding each and every day.

Where are Broadway active?

Broadway’s first projects, showcasing the capability of TV White Space technology, are on the Isle of Arran and around Loch Ness. We’ve now expanded services across rural locations all over the UK, including Monmouthshire and East Ayshire

Customer Reviews

Our customers tell us that our Broadway Broadband service has transformed their lives and their business, allowing them to enjoy services such iPlayer, Netflix and Skype, to post videos to YouTube, to keep up with Social Media, to do homework, to keep in constant contact with customers and suppliers – in short, to do those things that most people take for granted.