Enabling Gigabit Homes.
Fueling Faster Sales.

Many homeowners are adopting smarter technologies that require fast broadband and meeting this expectation is key to the sale of new properties. The number of devices in homes is increasing exponentially and the demand that these devices place on broadband is also rapidly expanding – for example, services like YouTube now offer 8K Full Ultra HD video standard (7680 x 4320 pixels) requiring 50Mbps, with kids at home all watching different programmes on multiple TVs!

For businesses and service providers like Vodafone and EE are trying to build 5G networks across the UK, when some areas are yet to have a phone signal. There is a real requirement for an ultrafast network to supply these new masts that in turn keep the very cogs of our country turning – from the milking parlour that records the daily yields, to the stockbroker working remotely tracking the market

Our CCTV network that controls the traffic on our roads though to reducing crime on our high streets is constantly being improved, with the latest 4K HD cameras they can read the lips of shoppers and see what was lifted from a handbag, many sites can’t be upgraded yet as they don’t have the data capacity to support the technology.

The requirement for full fibre networks is only going to increase.  Proving this infrastructure now protects for the future, pushing up both the value and appeal of homes now.

Long-Term Revenue

Our unique proposition ensures that property developers share in the long-term profits of the network, paying a fix proportion of profits generated for the lifetime of the network.

Funded Deployment

Dedicated teams support the design and deployment of the development, ensuring that we flex to fit around build schedule and specifications.

Increased Value

“Slow broadband wipes 20% off house prices. With growing numbers of people going online to perform tasks ranging from work to grocery shopping and streaming entertainment, good broadband has become critical. Homes without can lose 20 % of their value” – The Telegraph.

Our Process

1

Site Planning

We work with developers to identify the simplest deployment methodology and design, reducing build pinch points, ensuring part R compliance, and modelling costs and revenue.


2

Existing duct and fibre

Using both other provider's duct and fibre assets, and digging in our own where needed, we identify the best way to being ultrafast, full fibre connectivity into the development site, connecting it back to our data centres and the internet.


3

ON-SITE DEPLOYMENT

We provide detailed drawings, the materials and surveying expertise to help you put the ducting infrastructure in the ground. As the site grows so does the network.


4

Connecting the fibre

As each build near completion, our team installs the fibre and high speck wireless router into each property making it internet, telephone and IPTV ready. There's no waiting for the whole site to be finished, removing a frustration for potential buyers.


5

Moving in

Research shows that buyers would be willing to pay up to $6,500 for a house with potential good internet connectivity. We provided Excellent connectivity up to 1,000 MBps per home.


6

Happy residents

Each new resident gets 1 month free to test the service. After that, they can sign up with any of our wholesale providers. We don't restrict who can sell services over our network, giving end users a huge range of choice.


7

No risk, long-term revenue generation

As users join the network and revenues grow so does your dividend. As well as fronting the upfront costs we commit to paying you a percentage of all profit from the ,, forever.


Site Planning

We work with developers to identify the simplest deployment methodology and design, reducing build pinch points, ensuring part R compliance, and modelling costs and revenue.

1

Existing duct and fibre

Using both other provider's duct and fibre assets, and digging in our own where needed, we identify the best way to being ultrafast, full fibre connectivity into the development site, connecting it back to our data centres and the internet.

2

ON-SITE DEPLOYMENT

We provide detailed drawings, the materials and surveying expertise to help you put the ducting infrastructure in the ground. As the site grows so does the network.

3

Connecting the fibre

As each build near completion, our team installs the fibre and high speck wireless router into each property making it internet, telephone and IPTV ready. There's no waiting for the whole site to be finished, removing a frustration for potential buyers.

4

Moving in

Research shows that buyers would be willing to pay up to $6,500 for a house with potential good internet connectivity. We provided Excellent connectivity up to 1,000 MBps per home.

5

Happy residents

Each new resident gets 1 month free to test the service. After that, they can sign up with any of our wholesale providers. We don't restrict who can sell services over our network, giving end users a huge range of choice.

6

No risk, long-term revenue generation

As users join the network and revenues grow so does your dividend. As well as fronting the upfront costs we commit to paying you a percentage of all profit from the ,, forever.

7

Part R Compliant

Developers are required to ensure that any new developments or major conversions are capable of providing superfast broadband to buyers and tenants.  Public Consultations currently in progress from the government look likely to amend this further to insist on fully fibreoptic broadband being installed.  Our experienced design teams ensure compliance with these regulations and ensure Day One activation as home and business users move in.

Revenue Case Studies

Increasing property value and the pace of sales.

Countless surveys have been down that show that the purchase of a new home, usually the biggest investment people will ever make, and getting a good broadband speed are linked. Our case study shows some of the key findings of these. The latest ISPreview.co.uk poll of 2,046 readers has found that 54.7% would reject an ideal house if it couldn’t deliver their desired speed and a third seek speeds of 100Mbps+, higher than the previous survey when the majority felt that 50Mbps was the minimum requirement, and this is only going to grow.

Broadband takes a higher priority in a purchase decision to the local schools, crime levels, transport links and surrounding restaurants and shops. Homes with ultrafast internet and ‘smart technology’ command a greater price and being more desirable sell faster.

Full Fibre’s networks deliver this and ensure a future-proofed solution that will grow with the users need.