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WIGHTFIBRE LAUNCHES PLUME SMART HOME SERVICES


WightFibre has today (Monday) announced the availability of WightFibre Whole Home WiFi, Powered by Plume®.

The new residential offering makes WightFibre’s new full-fibre broadband service even better by providing access to a smart home services offering including Plume Adaptive WiFi™, customised guest access, advanced parental controls and AI Security™ for added protection of customers’ connected devices.

Plume works alongside WightFibre’s existing broadband connection, enabling customers to make the most of its’ ultrafast speeds, delivering fast, consistent and secure internet to every corner of their homes.

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John Irvine, CEO of WightFibre, says:

“Most broadband problems experienced by customers are actually caused by poor in-home Wi-Fi coverage. WightFibre is delighted to team up with Plume to bring our customers the best ever broadband experience with personalised Wi-Fi, security and parental controls included.

“WightFibre’s new full fibre broadband requires the best possible Wi-Fi connection and Plume provides that and much, much more.”

Niall Robinson, VP Business Development at Plume, adds:

“We are delighted to partner with WightFibre to bring the full suite of Plume Smart Home Services to its customers.

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“Plume membership enables WightFibre to bring a uniquely differentiated offering to its subscribers that meets the needs of the evolving smart home, both now and in the future, through a highly scalable services delivery platform.”

Every full fibre customer will receive a Plume SuperPod™ – to immediately provide improved Wi-Fi coverage – included in their basic broadband package. For an additional £9 per month WightFibre will provide up to two further Plume SuperPods (total three SuperPods) together with guaranteed WiFi coverage throughout your home or your money back.

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Mariner58
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Mariner58

Why would anybody subscribe to Wightfibre when a Labour government is going to provide us all with free BT fibre broadband?

KEV
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KEV

A Labour Government, HA HA HA HA HA ,Is it April 1st?

Steve
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Steve

Don’t pay for extra Plume boxes as we had our broadband changed to full fibre and all of a sudden our tv loses connectivity on numerous occasions making watching it nearly impossible. When we complained they came and fitted a Plume and if anything it is worse.Why should customers have to pay extra each month for something that is needed because their routers are woefully inadequate. They knew this but still continue to fit the routers smacks of incompetence to me

Spencer
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Spencer

All very well if you can get Wight fibre … at present they seem to be connecting everywhere except West Wight ?

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