Self-proclaimed broadband champion for rural communities, Voneus, has announced that he has agreed to acquire his partner, wireless infrastructure company Sky-Way.
The agreement, Voneus said, will allow the company to increase the rate of deployment of wireless broadband networks in rural communities and increase its ability to provide 24-hour customer support.
The acquisition follows last year’s purchases of wireless internet service providers, Cotswold Wireless, SugarNet and the CCTV installer Lde Smart Alarms.
Voneus has also secured £ 3.5million in private funding.
Sky-Way has obtained approval from Broadband Development UK and the Welsh government to install broadband.
As a Voneus partner, Sky-Way helped install the wireless infrastructure necessary to deliver Voneus’ range of ultra-high speed services.
This after Voneus secured £ 3.5million in funding.
So far, the Voneus network currently covers the villages of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cheshire, Devon, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Somerset, South Wales, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Northamptonshire and Wiltshire.
With speeds above 30 Mbps, Voneus’ fixed wireless broadband enables rural residents and local businesses to use the Internet to watch live TV, stream music, surf the web, make voice calls and video, work remotely, all on multiple devices at the same time. time.
Founded by a group of seasoned telecommunications industry specialists, Voneus aims to become the UK’s leading provider of wireless and broadband broadband in local areas and to improve connectivity across the UK.
Its objective is to bring parity between rural areas and city dwellers, to connect families, to enable remote working and to ensure better access to education thanks to their increased rural connectivity.