MS3 has solidified its position in the home broadband market with the addition of another internet service provider to its network. Home Telecom, a subsidiary of Telecom Acquisitions, joins MS3’s network, bringing the total number of providers offered by the challenger network to over 30.
Based in Hessle, MS3 received significant European investment two years ago from Asterion Industrial Partners, enabling the network to accelerate its expansion. With a target of providing 10Gb-capable fiber-to-the-premise connectivity to over half a million homes and businesses by 2025, MS3 continues to grow and strengthen its presence in the market.
Sam Hales, sales and marketing director at MS3 Networks, expressed the importance of the partnership with Home Telecom, stating that it allows MS3 to offer services that were previously unavailable in Hull. By collaborating with Home Telecom, residents of Hull now have access to a wider range of broadband suppliers, providing them with more choices and options.
Headquartered in Horsham, West Sussex, Home Telecom also operates under the Fleur and Eclipse Telecom brands. The company, which recently formed a partnership with TalkTalk, offers various services including flexible broadband, mobile SIM-only, phone packages, home energy, and Sky TV.
Nigel Barnett, CEO of Telecom Acquisitions, emphasized the company’s commitment to its customers, stating that onboarding Home Telecom adds to the excellent service they provide. With this new partnership, Telecom Acquisitions can offer their customers the fastest and most reliable broadband on the market, ensuring their services are future-proofed. The company has been consistently rated “Excellent” on Trustpilot, further adding to the value and satisfaction for their customers.
Overall, MS3’s collaboration with Home Telecom further expands their reach in the home broadband market, benefiting residents of Hull with increased options and improved connectivity services.