Jean Gowin CityFibre
The MKFM Lunch Break
Wednesday, October 28th, 2020 - 7 minutes
Michael Blades is joined by Jean Gowin CityFibre is transforming Britain's digital landscape, investing in dense full-fibre networks across the country. Our 8 million premises rollout is already in plan or build in 62 cities, with more to be announced. We are looking to connect almost every home and business in each of these cities, giving the community access to gigabit speed connections over symmetrical, reliable networks.
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