Local broadband provider, brsk (pronounced “brisk”), has been rolling out a new full fibre network, connecting nearly 10,000 Bradfordians to the fastest and most reliable type of broadband.

Their latest deal, which launched on September 1st, offers amazing speeds and starts from as little as £1 per month for the first three months of a two-year contract!

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You might have seen them out and about meeting the local community, whizzing around the area in their eye-catching pink, blue and white vans, or at any of the events they have attended across this Summer - from Eldwick, Oakworth and Riddlesden Gala’s, to Bingley Train Station on Yorkshire Day…When you also consider they’ve sponsored Bradford City AFC, Throstles Nest FC, Field Ladies AFC and connected a number of local community centres to free broadband, it’s safe to say that brsk is really immersing itself in all things Bradford!

Bradford holds a special place in the heart of brsk as the birthplace of brsk; Cottingley was the very first place to get their full fibre, in a mission to eradicate older copper-based services that use outdated infrastructure, and offer an alternative option. Three years on, they have connected over 60,000 homes and businesses, but the sad reality is that many still don’t know the difference between older copper services and full fibre. It’s not just speeds and reliability that set it apart, if you don’t have full fibre, you’re likely to suffer from broadband blues, including issues like slow speeds, lagging, buffering and network downtime.

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That’s why brsk is here! They believe that West Yorkshire deserves the best broadband. Their network is 100% fibre optic, which provides the best broadband experience, increased speeds and reliability. Plus, they believe in treating customers fairly, which is why you won’t get any unexpected mid-contract price hikes, and a better service at a price which rivals copper-based services, so you know you’re getting good value - what’s not to love!

We all live busy lives, especially with more of us working from home than ever. We need good-quality broadband that just works. With full fibre, whether you work from home, stream, download huge files or play games, it’s got you covered.

Speaking of the roll out, brsk Bradford Community Engagement Manager, Ross Hardaker, said, “We call it the BetterNet because we’re setting a brand new standard for how broadband should be, we’re not just about providing the service, we’re here to help the local communities with not only a better network, but an easier and better way of living within these communities too.”

If you’re wondering if this is a provider you can trust, they’re rated 4.8/5 “excellent” on Trustpilot, with over 3,500 reviews. They pride themselves on providing a better standard of customer service.

Keighley News:

If you’d like to pop by and see them for a chat about the service or their latest deal, they’ll be at a number of upcoming events, including Keighley Agricultural show, Keighley Carnival and Keighley Art and film festival, so be sure to come and say hello.

If you’re ready to boost your broadband, check your postcode here to see if you can get connected to better broadband at prices hotter than Summer in July!