Wireless internet provider Quickline is delighted to announce its acquisition of network provider JHCS, which trades as Newark Wireless.
Quickline, which specializes in bringing superfast broadband to hard-to-reach locations, will now take over internet delivery to homes and businesses across rural Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire, without any disruption to service.
As a member of the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), wireless internet provider Quickline, hopes to raise parents’ awareness of their children’s online activity for Safer Internet Day on 7 February 2017.
Last year, Safer Internet Day reached over 2.8 million children and 2.5 million parents across the world, aiming to help create a better and safer online community. Quickline will be taking part in the IWF’s online Emoji Charades, sharing their best Internet safety tips in emoji format, via social media for followers to translate.
The Tommy Coyle Academy West Hull which specialises in boxing fitness, health and education has been given a free superfast broadband connection from local wireless internet service provider, Quickline Communications.
Quickline Communications who offer super fast broadbrand in Beverley and the surrounding areas contribution now means young people can get online for help with school work, jobs and social interaction while at the gym.
For the first time in the history of telecoms, residents of Beverley and the surrounding villages will have a choice of superfast broadband provider. Local technology company, Quickline Communications have built a mast at the Imerys quarry site to directly compete with other Internet Service Providers (ISPs) such as KCom and BT.
The installation of a new wireless internet mast, beside the pasture of Beverley Westwood offers residents and businesses within a 10 mile radius, an alternative to traditional telecoms with connection speeds of up to 50Mbps.
This week the Government’s plan to roll out superfast broadband services to rural areas has received European Union approval. Graham Stuart MP explains “Most areas will get broadband without any government support.