Bath-based Truespeed has announced a price freeze across all its broadband packages for the next 12 months, giving customers respite from rapidly rising living costs when it comes to connectivity.
The community-focused full fibre broadband provider that offers speeds of up to 900Mbps, is bucking the industry-wide trend of broadband price hikes that are dramatically adding to spiralling costs of living. With many other providers imposing price rises of over 9%, Truespeed is remaining steadfast in its people-first approach by freezing prices across its entire range of broadband packages.
The price freeze will remain in place for the next 12 months (until 5 May 2023), giving customers peace of mind that their ultrafast broadband will remain stable and secure in both service and price. As households attempt to offset escalating fuel and living costs with continued hybrid working and utilising at-home online entertainment platforms, broadband is more vital than ever. Fast, reliable connectivity is essential, and Truespeed is stepping up to ensure this vital utility remains accessible to residents and businesses across the South West.
“At Truespeed, we aim to give our customers a truly better service. With the cost of sub-standard broadband from the big providers sky rocketing, we want to give our customers peace of mind for both the quality of their broadband connection and the price they will pay each month. This is why Truespeed is freezing its prices for the next 12 months. We’re glad to be doing our part to help people in increasingly difficult circumstances, and are working hard to ensure more people than ever before have access to ultrafast connectivity.”James Lowther, Truespeed CEO
From its conception in 2014, Truespeed has been founded on a community focused ethos that aims to support businesses and residents with its brand new full fibre infrastructure. Extending free broadband for life to schools and community hubs passed by its network, over 100 outlets are benefitting from free connectivity, allowing vital funds to be reinvested back into the community.
Pressing hard on the accelerator, Truespeed is rolling out their full fibre network at pace following a second £100m tranche of funding from Aviva Investors in January 2022. Having already connected customers in new areas Glastonbury, Street and Shepton Mallet, Truespeed recently announced further expansion of its ultrafast infrastructure into Portishead and Clevedon.