Quality mark awarded to Truespeed by INCA

Sunday, January 20th 2019

The Independent Networks Co-operative Association has awarded Truespeed, which is a 3rd alternative network ISP with new “Gold Standard” quality mark. This mark is given to highlight the best practices adopted in the Altnet broadband sector in their design, performance and operations.

The new quality mark was started last year in the month of November and charging £500 + VAT as joining fee along with the same amount for renewal also. After that the applicants will be undergoing a validation process to confirm that they are following and abide by satisfying the criteria for best practice.

Already Hyperoptic and WightFibre have got this new quality mark. Now Truespeed has also joined the list. At present Truespeed is working in building FTTP network in rural parts of south west England.

CEO of TrueSpeed - Evan Wienburg said that they feel thrilled on getting the new gold standard quality mark from INCA which is one of the three providers won the certification after tough process to do roll out of network in harder rural parts of the south west of England which were ignored by other providers. The quality mark of INCA will help the consumers and businesses to identify the marketing hype and find a true service provider of full fibre like Truespeed.


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