More than a quarter of households and businesses in Guernsey can now access Sure’s ultrafast broadband service.
It follows multi-million pound investment in the island’s fibre broadband infrastructure which can now provide speeds of up to 100Mb/s.
Already, 70% can access speeds of up to 50Mb/s, known as superfast.
The new service is designed for multi-device households and offers faster upload and download speeds and no slowdown during peak times.
There’s also an online line checker tool to see if it’s available where you are.
Sure’s head of product, Mike Fawkner-Corbett, said: “Multi-occupancy, multi-device homes are increasingly the norm and with the proliferation of HD streaming services such as BBC iPlayer and Netflix the ability to access a resilient and fast broadband connection is more and more important for our customers.”
“We’ve launched our new ultrafast broadband in response to our customers’ changing needs to ensure they can continue to enjoy a good online experience. The service is equipped to deal with the speed and capacity that online services now demand, no matter how many devices in a household are connected to the network at one time.”
To date the telecoms company has installed more than 400km of fibre into the network and is investing £4million a year in infrastructure.