Fibre Broadband in West Midlands

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West Midlands, United Kingdom


West Midlands, United Kingdom


West Midlands, United Kingdom


West Midlands, United Kingdom

Benefits of Full Fibre
Broadband in West Midlands

  • Stress-free internet usage
  • A connection that can handle the entire family
  • Perfect quality video calls
  • Seamless movie/TV streaming
  • A reliable connection that won’t let you down
  • Improved work efficiency and productivity

How To Switch

1.   Check your availability on our website
2.   If you’re live, visit our ISP partners and pick a package
3.   We’ll come and install the new line and you’re good to go!

Jun 15, 2024


Netomnia and Brsk, two of the fastest-growing alternative networks (“altnets”) in the UK telecommunications industry, today announced a merger to establish the only scaled and capital-efficient retail, wholesale and consolidation platform in the market. The new group will have a combined network footprint of 1.5 million premises immediately post-merger, with a target of reaching 3 million premises by the end of next year.

This merger marks a transformative step for the UK telecoms industry, combining two highly experienced management teams with proven track records who have successfully built fibre and delivered excellent customer service across different businesses. Netomnia and Brsk built 1.5 million premises Ready for Service “RFS” and connected 140,000 customers so far using £300 million of debt. They plan to use up to £900m of debt to grow the footprint to 3 million premises, demonstrating the companies’ prudent approach to capital management.

Since 2020, Netomnia and Brsk have raised over £1.3 billion of capital, with support from investors Advencap (shareholders of both Netomnia and BRSK), DigitalBridge, and Soho Square Capital. DigitalBridge and Advencap will be committing additional equity funding as part of this raise. Recently, Netomnia secured an additional £147 million in debt from two new lenders, JP Morgan (JPM) and Rand Merchant Bank (RMB), joining existing lenders Alpha Bank, Ares, Barclays, HSBC UK, ING, NIBC, Nord/LB, Standard Chartered, RBC, and UKIB.

Jeremy Chelot, CEO of Netomnia, comments: "By merging our network expertise and resources, we are creating a powerhouse to deliver an unparalleled internet experience for our customers, driving innovation and further consolidation among altnets. The additional capital from our investors and support from our lenders is a powerful endorsement of our vision and ability to execute at the highest level.”

Giorgio Iovino, CEO of Brsk, comments: "The merger is a testament to our shared entrepreneurial spirit and experienced teams that can deliver even more. Together, we are set to deliver a fibre network that is not only fast and reliable but also future-proof, ensuring our customers benefit today and tomorrow. Our joint platform will be where the most powerful internet lives.”

The merger is set to be finalised in the coming weeks, pending regulatory approval, enabling customers to benefit from an alternative FTTP platform that offers a seamless network experience, unified pricing, and enhanced service quality across the shared footprint. The newly merged entity will be led by Jeremy Chelot as Chief Executive Officer and Wil Wadsworth as Chief Financial Officer. Giorgio Iovino and Ian Kock will remain as Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer, respectively, of Brsk.

Mar 6, 2024


Netomnia, one of the fastest growing altnets in the UK, along with ISP sister company YouFibre, has raised a further £147.5 million, increasing its committed debt financing to £377.5 million.

Netomnia has successfully completed an additional fundraise of £147.5 million in its accordion facility welcoming three new lenders: Barclays, Alpha Bank and Nord/LB, with support from all incumbent lenders.

The backing will see Netomnia continue its rapid ascent to become one of the UK's leading fibre providers. The company, known for its speedy network deployment, innovation, and efficient use of capital, has now passed 850,000 premises, with YouFibre welcoming 80,000 customers.

Supported by Advencap, DigitalBridge and Soho Square, Netomnia and YouFibre have raised £795.5m (over 1bn USD) in just three years.

Jeremy Chelot, CEO at Netomnia and YouFibre, says:

"We are very pleased to welcome three new lenders to Netomnia and YouFibre with support from our existing lenders. This backing demonstrates the strength of Netomnia’s deployment plans in the market and we’re delighted they have chosen to support the continued acceleration of our businesses.

“Our success is a testament to the dedication and hard work of our team, as well as the unwavering support of our investors and partners. With this latest round of funding, we are well-positioned to accelerate our network deployment efforts and continue delivering best-in-class internet services and customer experience."

Netomnia and YouFibre were advised by Allen & Overy LLP.

The capital raise was led by DigitalBridge.

For the latest information on Netomnia’s rollout plans, please visit

Aug 24, 2023

Broadband Boost for Residents of Musselburgh...

More than 51,000 homes and businesses in Musselburgh and the surrounding areas will soon have access to full-fibre gigabit capable broadband thanks to Netomnia, the UK’s fastest-growing network operator.

Netomnia’s full-fibre network, which is already being built, will provide ultrafast broadband access to more than 51,000 premises in Musselburgh, as part of a £15.3m investment in the area. Residents and businesses in Musselburgh will be able to benefit from the UK’s largest exclusively 10Gbps network, meaning that the region’s broadband needs will be met for decades to come.

Netomnia’s full-fibre broadband infrastructure brings with it a host of big-picture benefits to Musselburgh, and the UK as a whole. It brings reliable, ultrafast broadband speeds to under-served communities and introduces competition in areas that already have an existing connection.

Zoltan Kovacs, Managing Director at Netomnia, says, “We are fully committed to creating a digital landscape where residents and businesses in Musselburgh and the surrounding communities can access reliable and superfast broadband. We want to empower them by eliminating the digital barriers that have constrained them until this point, providing them with seamless connectivity.

“Our vision is a future where reliable internet access is not a luxury but a fundamental right. People across Musselburgh will now be able to access significantly increased speeds, allowing them to fully leverage the vast resources and opportunities offered by the Internet. This will be a game-changer for many.”

To find out if your property will be connected to Netomnia’s network, visit the postcode checker.

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