The broadband provider has connected the coastal communities of Hunmanby and Staxton, near Scarborough in North Yorkshire, Keelby and Folkingham in Lincolnshire, and South Ferriby in North Lincolnshire.
Quickline said the latest phase of the North Yorkshire and Lincolnshire rollout is part of its mission to tackle the digital divide between urban and rural areas.
More than 6,000 households across Hunmanby, Staxton, Keelby, Folkingham and South Ferriby can now be connected to Quickline’s full fibre broadband.
Julian Chalk, head of network enablement and engagement at Quickline (pictured), said, “We’re delighted to continue our rollout of game-changing full fibre broadband to rural communities across North Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
“Residents and businesses in the villages of Hunmanby, Staxton, Keelby, Folkingham and South Ferriby can now enjoy the digital experience they deserve with Quickline.
“These communities have been forced to endure slow, unreliable broadband for too long – but not anymore!”
Quickline, which has confirmed a two-year price freeze, has launched an initiative called “free until you’re free”. The offer allows customers to use Quickline services for free until their existing contract runs out.