MetroFibre Announce its Network Expansion Plans for 2023

MetroFibre have announced their plans for its network expansion into homes in 2023.

MetroFibre has announced its plans for 2023 which include expanding its network pass and connecting homes. MetroFibre further disclosed that they hope to pass 500,000 more homes by 2025.

We will be monitoring the market for the potential for further consolidation, with a view to acquisitions.

We are well advanced in our strategy to gain further market share, both organically as well as through strategic acquisitions.

Growth is not only about having the capital to rollout infrastructure, but also developing solutions for the changing needs of our business and residential customers, and specifically underserved communities.

The target is for areas that do not currently have fibre, near to our current network, where there is demand for fibre internet connectivity.

MetroFibre Networx is also looking to reach underserved areas with unique solutions and packages that cater for customers who may only require intermittent use, where a pay-as-you-go model would be more practical for customers who don’t need an ‘always on’ service.

Here we’re looking at affordable top-up-packages that allow customers to pay only when they need it, removing the concern of lengthy contracts.

Called MetroConnect, it focuses on pay-as-you-go time-based vouchers for uncapped data at 20Mbps, with the flexibility to top-up when you need to, for as long as you need it.

Statement by MetroFibre

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