- The ISP is set to offer expanding opportunities for telecoms resellers –
One of the country’s fastest-growing internet service providers (ISP) and full fibre network builders officially launches its first Channel Partner Programme.
Following a £250 million-pound investment from Fern Trading last year, Giganet is already making waves in the Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) industry with their brand of ‘full fibre, honestly’ and ambitions to become the best ISP in the UK.
By combining the power of their own infrastructure, CityFibre and Openreach, Giganet will launch a wave of new Business FTTP and Ethernet products to the Channel market, offering exciting business opportunities for Telecoms resellers, MSPs and ISPs.
Speaking of its launch, Paul North, Head of Channel at Giganet, said: “One of the best things about being a nimble provider means we’re not held back by legacy revenues, systems, or technology.
“Giganet won’t be offering any copper-based services, we’re full fibre all the way and so we’re leading with a bold partner programme that’s focused on the rapidly expanding FTTP opportunity.”
The channel partners stand to be backed by Giganet with a range of product and service models to meet customer demands, as well as support for fibre focused sales and marketing campaigns.
Since the investment, the broadband service provider has seen its staff roster increase from 23 to 170 – a growth of over 600 per cent – and has onboarded more than 30 partners across the business to support design, build, technology, and support services.
“It’s no secret that our vision is to become the best ISP in the UK, we’re here to disrupt the industry. We make it our mission to make broadband easier for our customers, and we extend that ethos to our partners by giving them the ability to utilise these powerful infrastructures.
Giganet will add more products and services to its portfolio in due course, enabling partners to target businesses of all sizes, across the county.
“Our initial product is a Business FTTP proposition over the CityFibre and Openreach networks, designed for the SME market, and we can’t wait to get going,” added North.
For more information on Giganet visit www.giganet.uk.
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