Broadband (WIFI) and telephone connections can be arranged through one of 6 providers as shown below.
Below are our recommended choice of Residential Service providers within the area
The open access infrastructure at our site is maintained and operated by Open Fibre Networks (OFNL) who specialise in full fibre services.
Our pure fibre infrastructure provides the ultimate telecommunications experience with end to end fibre optic cables, right into your home. OFNL's infrastructure out performs fibre to the cabinet and copper networks, allowing for a more reliable and faster connection right into your property.
Fibre enables you to enjoy the very best in entertainment including ultra fast fibre broadband, crystal clear telephony and next generation digital TV. You can receive up to 360Mbps to your home.
Fibre to the home is revolutionary concept which is still in its infancy in an ever evolving market. OFNL currently have six service providers connected to its network which are able to deliver broadband in your area.
Broadband Prices start from £25 per month - Please see their websites or call them directly for full information on their deals, prices, products and terms and conditions.
Please note: The living room and bedrooms are fitted with multi outlet points which enable the connection of televisions to either standard digital TV or satellite TV broadcasts. The standard digital TV service is free although a TV licence will be required in order to use the service. To receive Freeview TV, simply plug in and tune your TV. Register yourself on TV Licence here. If there is any issues you can contact your internet service provider who will instruct an engineer to ensure the cabling is connected correctly.
Also, there are no phone lines at Allegro, residents would need call a broadband provider to install one/ order one.
Satellite Sky Q is available in your apartment at an additional cost. You can contact Sky on 0800 151 2747. When you sign up for services with Sky and you want to order Sky Q, please remind Sky that you are on a communal site, and the Sky engineer needs to swap the existing GTU, to a “dSCR GTU”. Your internet service provider will not do this.
We hope that helps.
For all the latest information please visit Open Fibre Networks Limited