“Love the speed, love the reliability, love the efficiency of Broadway from the time of my first contact to now. Hate BT, useless, slow (6Mbps) and overpriced, charging me for super fast fibre for two years when we can’t get it and according to Openreach we will never be able to get it. Not much point to having FTTC if we can’t get FTTP.“
Susan Wellby, Drumnadrochit, Inverness-shire.
Loch End, Abriachan, Balchraggen, Dores, Achmony, Milton, Drumnadrochit, Kilmore, Strone, Bunloit, Inverfarigaig and Foyers were the first areas to receive service.
We had such good feedback from the first customers that we are working on plans to extend coverage further down the Loch. Let us know if you are interested in receiving service outside of the immediate coverage area – the more people that register their interest, the quicker we will come!
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Why is Broadway going to be significantly better than what we have now?
The fact is that some parts of the world are just too difficult for the local telephone company to get to, when it comes to pushing high-speed data down long, and usually very old copper telephone lines – Loch Ness is one of those places. While Drum’ and Dores are already enjoying some of the benefits of BT’s superfast upgrade programme, it is fairly obvious that large parts of the area , as well as individual ‘not spots’ scattered throughout, have little chance of seeing real improvement any time soon from BT’s – despite BT’s best efforts.
Our approach is to apply some fresh thinking, and new technology, to the problem. Using a mixture of wireless technologies, Broadway will deliver brilliant speed and performance. More than enough to stream HDTV – Netflix, iPlayer or whatever – or to have the children and grandchildren to stay with all their tablets and smartphones, or to run your business.
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.