Netomnia passes 1 million premises milestone

Netomnia, the UK’s fastest-growing altnet, has passed, and made Ready for Service (RFS), more than 1,000,000 homes and businesses as part of its national fibre rollout, in just four years.

The milestone demonstrates Netomnia’s exponential growth, with the business passing 500,000 premises within the last year alone, reinforcing its mission to become the third national fibre infrastructure in the UK.

Founded in 2019 by Chief Executive Officer, Jeremy Chelot, Netomnia’s network now covers over 100 communities across the UK, providing residents and businesses with access to broadband speeds of up to 10Gbps.

Since its inception, Netomnia has laid over 15,600km of fibre to build its network – the equivalent distance of London to Cairns, Australia.

Zoltán Kovács, Managing Director at Netomnia comments: “We are incredibly proud that our network now serves one million premises. We started building our network in 2020 and to reach one million premises in just four years is truly unprecedented. This achievement is a testament to the dedication and hard work of our entire team. Thank you to all our partners and stakeholders for being part of this journey.

“By accelerating the UK’s transition to fibre, we’re empowering residents and businesses to unleash their potential by providing access to world-class connectivity, today.”

Netomnia recently announced its merger with fellow altnet, Brsk, which will create the market’s first wholesale and consolidation platform. This makes the group the second-largest altnet in the UK with a combined total of 1.6 million premises ready for service.

The group has a target to reach three million premises by the end of 2025.

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