Chichester gets faster broadband, on hybrid wireless & fibre service by Blaze, this Christmas

It’s a happy Christmas to Chichester in West Sussex, as it gets access to superfast broadband, thanks to a new ISP named Blaze Wireless. Blaze announced that they have installed their hybrid broadband network which has fibre-optic and wireless devices to cover central Chichester. They claim it has ‘carrier grade’ capability and delivers speeds of up to 300Mbps, with potential of 1Gbps, to the areas. Blaze’s base-stations too can supply at speeds of up to 300Mbps, but is given based on the package chosen by customers.

This cathedral city of South East England, Chichester, can now enjoy high performing connectivity to areas where Blaze claims BT broadband is slow and unreliable, and into areas that are isolated, for remote places or rural communities. The service is available to both private individuals as well as business customers.

The ISP offers the aerial with mount and the cable needed to connect the customers’ devices (typically costing about £80). If required, Blaze will offer a router or internal Wifi device. The aerial package comes with instructions for a DIY installation, or if required, a fitting service will help with a one-off charge of £65. The ISP offers various convenient packages, for connections from 15Mbpos, with customised connections offering between 150 Mbps and 300 Mbps. Various options of usage allowance too are offered.

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