FramBroadband is a community broadband scheme based in Suffolk with a number of access points covering around 70 square miles of the county. FramBroadband is a wireless broadband provider catering to not spots and nearly not spots in rural Suffolk.
Frambroadband was established in 2003 to serve areas where broadband was either poor or not available. As of August 2013 FramBroadband changed hands and returns to Framlingham Technology Centre under the management of local businessmen who have built a comprehensive broadband network across the county. The future plans for FramBroadband are to expand the network to allow many more villages and towns to benefit from FramBroadband coverage and service.
We have multiple fibre optic connections back to London where we tie into the global internet. We take the feed and beam it wirelessly from Framlingham Technology Centre and other sites to a series of access points across Suffolk. These access points connect to the aerial on your home or office and transmit the internet to you.
Access points are very high speed internet hubs mainly located on churches and other high points in the local area.
Coverage is usually a 4-5 mile radius around each of our Access Points shown on the map to the right. We are currently expanding the network in areas with registered demand. Please contact us even if you think you may be out of range, for us to arrange a free survey.