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Latest Hyperoptic premises added to maps and package search

We have updated our Hyperoptic maps and integrated the latest availability of the 30 Mbps to Gigabit service into our broadband statistics for the UK and with the release of the latest postcodes via ONS in the last week we have also caught up with those premises where the postcode is marked as introduced in Nov, Dec 2018 or Jan 2019.

Hyperoptic availability across Great Britain
Postcodes with access to Hyperoptic Fibre to the Premises

Comments

The map shows Hyperoptic being available in the Greenland Dock SE16 7PY which isn't actually the case.

  • Malcolmb1
  • 5 months ago

All social housing in Liverpool has become a no go area for HYPEROPTIC preferring instead affluent areas and
Luxury apartments . If you live in social housing and register an interest on the HYPEROPTIC website
You have no chance of ever getting FTTP installed by this company.

  • Bluwee
  • 5 months ago

The map does not show Hyperoptic as available at SE16 7PY have double checked. It is very nearby though.

Have also checked the postcode search at https://labs.thinkbroadband.com/local/postcode-search and database that feeds this.

  • andrew
  • thinkbroadband staff
  • 5 months ago

Okay sorry I must be reading the map wrong - when I zoom in there are loads of purple dots around Brunswick Quay and the surrounding areas

  • Malcolmb1
  • 5 months ago

Around but not at the centroid location for SE16 7PY

  • andrew
  • thinkbroadband staff
  • 5 months ago

Yes that’s what is confusing about the map showing purple dots indicating availability around Brunswick Quay and the whole Greenland Dock / Rotherhithe area when in fact the Hyperoptic map shows the reality of how many areas are unable to order

  • Malcolmb1
  • 5 months ago

Lol-I can see mine, South of Glasgow-they have the exclusive rights to install to all of the CALA developments in Scotland, so I'm told. I have the 150/150, next door has the 1G. It works very well.

  • hfctech99
  • 5 months ago

@Malcomb1 One option is to remove the map layer, if you and others think it is confusing people, and do no mapping to try and show the progress.

Ultimately is the search at https://labs.thinkbroadband.com/local/postcode-search showing availability for a postcode, and if it is and its not actually available always happy to set up a manual exclusion and chase with Hyperoptic why they have said it is available in the past.

  • andrew
  • thinkbroadband staff
  • 5 months ago

The search at https://labs.thinkbroadband.com/local/postcode-search does not show Hyperoptic being available but the map does - they did do a trial in Brunswick Quay so there are a few properties connected (I guess less than 10) but they then put a hold on it and are currently doing tests in another part of London and based on how those tests go and network availability they hopefully are planning to come back at some point in the future but can't give any dates.

  • Malcolmb1
  • 5 months ago

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