Metronet to bring fast wireless broadband to Greater Manchester

Friday, March 25th 2011
The company claims its services are faster and more reliable than those offered by BT and Virgin Media.
Metronet to bring fast wireless broadband to Greater Manchester
Plans for the deployment of new wireless broadband infrastructure in Greater Manchester have been outlined by Metronet.

The internet service provider said the project will offer residents and businesses access to the web via a radio-linked network of transmitters.

Its existing 40 rooftop masts will be utilised in the initiative, which is expected to cost £3 million to complete.

According to the company, it offers a faster and more reliable web connection than its larger rivals such as BT and Virgin Media. It is also prepared to offer guarantees on minimum speeds.

Elliott Mueller, chief executive of Metronet, said: "Our success is mainly down to the high level of customer service we offer.

"Our technical people are always available to speak directly with customers."

Metronet claims to be the only UK operator apart from BT that does not rely on any other provider for the delivery of its services over the final mile. 

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