St Andrew Church now has Wi-FI

St Andrew Church has Wi-Fi

A  community broadband is being arranged from St Andrew Church in Paull Village.  Using radio technology, the new service is able to provide a fast broadband connection independent of any telephone  line or mobile phone.

Frustrated by the poor quality broadband available in Paull village and surrounding rural area, a small group of volunteers with the help of Paull Taylor decided to set up their own broadband service.

The church now has a Wi-Fi connection and computers to hand , so come a long and use them in coffee shop time,  Sundays 2 till 4pm, May to September.  You can get a great cup of coffee and delicious cakes while you surf the net

Next Generation Superfast Wireless Broadband by HUBBNET, available now across Holderness.

• £27.50 per month
• Minimum 25Mbps
• £99 Install
• Free Wireless Router
• No Contract
• No Line Rental

Struggling with poor broadband speeds? Come to St Andrews Church to try out HUBBNET Broadband for yourself. Our Superfast WiFi and accompanying laptops are provided by HUBBNET for use by the local community. The café is open Sunday afternoon between 2 – 4 pm, come and enjoy a coffee and slice of cake while trying the speeds yourself.
HUBBNET was started 6 years ago to provide superfast broadband to homes and businesses in rural, hard to reach areas which could not be connected using traditional means. Since then we have helped people from Hull to Spurn Point, and everywhere in between, where other providers have failed.

Visit call 01964 207207 or email to find out more and get your home or business connected.

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