Rural Lincs ain’t Misson out on superfast broadband

Local people are invited to Misson Primary School for an evening of superfast wireless broadband with Quickline Communications on Thursday, 18 May. The company recently installed a wireless internet mast in the village, that will provide internet connection speeds up to 30Mbps within a ten mile radius of the mast.

The evening presentation will introduce local residents and businesses to superfast broadband which is now available across parts of Lincolnshire, Doncaster District and Nottinghamshire. The demonstration will show how Quickline’s wireless broadband compares to traditional telecoms.

Steve Jagger, Managing Director of Quickline says:

“Misson is located in the centre of three counties, Lincolnshire, South Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire. We have built a mast there which gives us access into these three areas.”

“We have invested in our own technology following an expression of interest from residents who were previously subjected to very poor internet connection speeds.”

“We have been working in various parts of Lincolnshire and Yorkshire  and the debate on how to deliver broadband to rural areas is still ongoing. Quickline has been part of a government pilot project which has successfully deployed broadband to hard to reach areas of Lincolnshire and we have also worked in partnership with West Lindsey District Council.”

“We now have a very strong foothold in these areas as we are able to deliver a much better quality of service than traditional telecoms companies.”

“Residents of Misson and the surrounding area are invited to the primary school to find out how they can get connected to with Quickline.”

The service operates via a series of masts around the region which beam signals to small devices attached to the rooftops.