Truespeed announces price freeze

Bath-based Truespeed has announced a price freeze across all its broadband packages for the next 12 months. The price freeze will remain in place for the next 12 months, until 5 May 2023.

James Lowther, CEO of Truespeed, said, “At Truespeed, we aim to give our customers a truly better service. With the cost of sub-standard broadband from the big providers sky rocketing, we want to give our customers peace of mind for both the quality of their broadband connection and the price they will pay each month.

“This is why Truespeed is freezing its prices for the next 12 months. We’re glad to be doing our part to help people in increasingly difficult circumstances, and are working hard to ensure more people than ever before have access to ultrafast connectivity.”

Truespeed was founded in 2014 and said its community focused ethos drive it to support businesses and residents with new full fibre infrastructure.

The company secured an additional £100m in funding from Aviva Investors in January, and serves customers in areas including Glastonbury, Street and Shepton Mallet. Truespeed recently announced further expansion of its network into Portishead and Clevedon.

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