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4th Utility moves to state-of-the-art new home as broadband provider gears up for growth

The move is a huge boost for firm, which is planning to expand its customer base and headcount

Full fibre broadband provider 4th Utility has moved to a new home in Greater Manchester as the firm gears up for another period of growth. 

The independent Internet Service Provider (ISP) has leased new office space at the prestigious Beech House on Cambridge Road in Hale, close to the town centre, announcing it as the firm’s new headquarters.

4th Utility, a business quickly expanding and creating access to fast and reliable broadband for the masses, says it is now ready for rapid growth following the move to the 700 sq ft contemporary office suite in Hale town centre. 

Tony Hughes, CEO of the firm, said: “We’re delighted to announce the move into this new, state-of-the-art block, which is a big boost for our fast-growing business.

“We’re a company with huge ambition and our new base will allow for further expansion, both in terms of the number of customers we provide for – and our staff headcount.

“It’s great to be located in Hale – so close to the high street and in the middle of a thriving business community containing everything from SMEs and sole traders to large corporations.”

The move to the office at the Victorian-era building comes as 4th Utility’s impressive story continues. 

The firm, which partners with residential and commercial landlords and property developers, has been rolling out its full fibre offering across the country.

Since its foundation just five years ago, the number of employees has soared from zero to 55.

It has recently passed the 30,000 mark for homes connected across the UK over the past year, addressing both new apartment blocks and retrofitting existing buildings with full fibre solutions. It now has customers spanning from York to South London and Essex to Bristol as its footprint continues to grow, and hopes to connect even more properties next year.

Mr Hughes added: “We’ve quickly become an established player in the ISP market, and our aim is to continue expanding and opening up access to fast and reliable broadband for as many people as possible.”

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