Truespeed Connects Thatchers Cider!

Blogs 8th February 2019

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Iconic and much-loved Somerset brand Thatchers Cider is the latest business to usher in a new era of connectivity in the South West having been connected to TrueSpeed’s 1 Gbps broadband service.

Equipped with a service that allows the fast growing and agile business to fully utilise essential online systems around the clock, Thatchers now has high speed internet connectivity that impacts business activity on a daily basis from sales and marketing, through to packaging and distribution

Not only does Thatchers now reap the benefits of symmetrical upload and download speeds and unlimited data usage, the family run company has also been instrumental in securing connectivity that will benefit its local community for generations to come. For example, Sandford Primary School, Village Hall and Church are all now set to receive free broadband for life thanks to Thatchers, whose order pushed its community over the threshold needed to bring ultrafast broadband to the area.

We’re thrilled to be joining forces with another pioneering local business to help secure a better digital future for our local community. Plus the TrueSpeed service will open up a whole new era of high speed connectivity for Thatchers, giving us access to secure, full fibre broadband and ensuring our business runs smoothly at all times” said Ian Dorling, Head of IT at Thatchers Cider.

Connecting rural businesses like Thatchers to a 21st century broadband service that will last for generations is vital for a thriving digital economy, and TrueSpeed are thrilled to be bringing businesses and residents across the South West the broadband they truly deserve.

Thatcher’s canning factory

We’re delighted to connect Thatcher’s factory to ultra-fast bradband – now available across the South West!

Thatchers Canning Line with technicians

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Building an entirely new ultrafast network is a bit pricier than simply connecting to existing copper cabling. But we don’t think that’s a cost you should incur and, happily, neither does the government. With their Broadband Delivery UK Scheme, you get it for FREE.

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