Those people in places like West Chiltington and Amberley may if Blaze Wireless can get its network built quickly will soon have access to up to 50 Mbps or up to 100 Mbps fixed wireless services.
Blaze intends to light up parts of the Arun Valley in West Sussex which already has some fixed wireless coverage via Kijoma and there are a good number of fibre cabinets appearing under the West Sussex BDUK project, though as the FTTC (and a small amount of FTTP) is not delivering superfast speeds to everyone there is the situation where providers like Blaze can step in and fill the gaps.
The Blaze website has a map showing expected coverage from masts where agreements in principle exist for locating their masts so it will be a case of keeping an eye on their website to see how things develop.
Pricing wise a one-off connection fee of £25 applies and for £29 per month you get 35GB of data at a nominal symmetric 15 Mbps, 110GB of data at 30 Mbps increases the price to £58 per month, but of course there is no requirement to retain copper voice line rental product. The DIY aerial package is around £80 or Blaze will fit this for around £65 and you are free to source your own router.