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Lothian Broadband sets ‘Scotland’s fibre gap’ in its sights

Lothian Broadband sets ‘Scotland’s fibre gap’ in its sights | total telecom

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Lothian Broadband prepare for rapid growth.   

2020 has brought many challenges to most businesses, regardless of the sector. As a rural broadband infrastructure company, Lothian Broadband became a lifeline for their 1,350 customers when lockdown began in March…

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Full Fibre Broadband Connection in time for Christmas!

Lothian Broadband are delighted to offer fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) in Gifford, East Lothian, now. With prices starting from £50 per month and speeds of up to 1GB, our fibre can provide…

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Did you know that Lothian Broadband engineers are keyworkers?

Our company vision statement is “Connecting everyone, always”. And we really mean it. We understand that now, more than ever, broadband is crucially important to keeping things moving. Whether you…

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The Better Broadband Voucher Scheme is coming to an end!

All applications must be made before the end of November for installation by the end of 2019. You may be eligible for the government voucher scheme that covers the costs…

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Stuck in a Plusnet Contract? The Plusnet Price Hike means you can leave early!

Plusnet have announced that they will be raising their prices this December. If you are affected by this price hike, you can leave your contract penalty free within 30 days…

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New Office for the Lothian Broadband Team

  As the team has rapidly increased, we have outgrown our fantastic office space in Humbie and we are moving to new premises in Haddington in September. Humbie has been…

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The Lothian Broadband Team win national Rural Impact Award!

The inaugural INCA Awards took place on Monday 5th November in London to celebrate the UK’s most innovative and inspirational alternative network providers (altnets) currently operating across the UK. Selected…

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What does “Fibre” mean?

We agree with CityFibre that “Fibre” should mean Fibre to the Premises. Confusing marketing messages about what “Fibre” broadband means are misleading consumers. See what CityFibre have to say here……

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