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CityFibre launches flexible Ethernet install charges promotion to support businesses following the COVID-19 pandemic

CityFibre, the UK’s third national digital infrastructure platform, has launched a new promotion that defers or completely removes the install fee on its 12-month on-net Ethernet services. The promotion is designed to support channel partners and help encourage businesses to invest in full fibre in the wake of COVID-19.

Under the promotion, the install fee, usually payable at the start of a 12-month contract, is deferred until the final month of the contract and will be completely removed if the initial contract is extended by 24 months.

CityFibre is making this offer available to channel partners to support businesses looking to preserve cashflow while maintaining investment in critical support infrastructure such as full fibre, the best available technology enabling the fastest and most dependable digital connectivity and broadband services.

Commenting on the launch of this offer CityFibre’s Head of Wholesale, Andrew Wilson, said: “We are still in uncertain times and businesses are acutely aware of every investment decision. By offering them this promotion, we hope to remove a potential barrier for making a long-term strategic investment in full fibre.

“By deferring the install fee on CityFibre’s 12-month Ethernet contracts, we are enabling partners to win new business from customers who are attracted by an initial shorter-term commitment. The option to remove the install fee altogether by deciding to extend the contract during the initial term is good for both customer and partner – reducing the cost to the customer while securing longer term business for the partner.”

CityFibre’s promotion is applicable to all new orders of its on-net Ethernet connection installs on 12-month contracts and is valid on orders placed before 9am on 31st August 2020.

To find out more visit cityfibre.com/deferred_install.

Picture: Andrew Wilson, CityFibre.

City Fibre Andrew Wilson