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29 February 2024
CityFibre, the UK's largest independent digital infrastructure platform, picked up the award for Best Infrastructure Provider at this year's ISPA Awards in recognition of its successful City Champions approach and encouraging innovation in partners and across the channel.
The company caught the judges' eyes in an increasingly competitive area by providing significant and effective nationwide competition to the incumbent supplier. This latest accolade follows hard on the heels of recent successes at the Comms National Awards, where CityFibre was named Best Altnet of the Year, and was Highly Commended in the Best Network category.
Many CityFibre partners attended the awards ceremony in London and in accepting the ISPA award on behalf of CityFibre, Emma Goodwin, Head of Consumer Sales at the company, stated: “This award is a recognition of all the partners who've been part of CityFibre's journey to date – from early launch partners and City Champions to the new consumer ISPs who have engaged with us more recently. We thank each and every one of those partners for putting their trust in us and making CityFibre their preferred choice.”
She noted that the ISPA award came in the same week as CityFibre announced that over one million homes are now ready for service across its network, and pointed out that CityFibre’s infrastructure delivers much more than high-speed, Full Fibre connectivity.
“CityFibre is working with partners to co-create an exceptional customer experience for businesses and residential consumers, pushing the boundaries and setting new standards for the industry. CityFibre firmly believes in building a better digital future for Britain. We do that by never accepting ‘good enough’ as good enough and working hard to ensure that absolutely everything the company does is better by design.”
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