Lightspeed Fibre plans to rollout full fibre gigabit broadband to 100,000 homes and businesses across the East of England by 2022.
The network will deliver internet speeds 24 times faster than the average speeds currently available.
Thousands of homes and businesses across Lynn from Terrington St Clement to North Wootton will benefit.
The network build started in April with Lightspeed mobilising more than 100 engineers across 10 towns in south Lincolnshire and West Norfolk.
The speed of the work is possible due to advanced technology used and the fact that Lightspeed are prioritising the use of existing underground ducts and telegraph poles. This has also helped Lightspeed to reduce disruption.
Residents in Hunstanton will also be able to access Lightspeed’s full fibre broadband as the company recently announced it will be expanding its network to reach homes and businesses in 10 more towns across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.
Homes and businesses will be able to benefit from Lightspeed’s gigabit internet speeds which will enable a super smooth connection for simultaneous professional home working, streaming online entertainment, high speed gaming, and video calling, with no buffering, no lag or drop-outs.
Lightspeed’s plans to bring its fibre network to 100,000 homes and businesses across the East of England by 2022 expanding to reach 1 million homes by 2025.