Hull internet business set for expansion

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 17 Jan 2019

Fibre network provider MS3 Networks has expanded into Manchester and London, as it continues to branch out from its Hull roots.

The business has seen a surge in demand for its services in recent times and will now be able to deliver its full fibre services to other providers so they can deliver a complete service to the end customer.

The recent investment includes the addition of more internet connectivity into MS3’s network, and added core network equipment in London, Manchester and MS3’s home in Hull.

MS3 managing director Tony Hales said: “It was always in our plans to take presence in London and Manchester, we’ve acted upon a large number of requests for wholesale connectivity at fair, reasonable terms such as available across the rest of the UK and that’s what MS3 aims to provide.”

To coincide with the launch of the new services, MS3 has also launched a brand-new website and sales portal.

The portal, Janus, will be a one-stop portal for wholesale partners to check coverage, quote and place orders while also giving the ability to view provisioning status and raise support tickets.

Businesses interested in obtaining more information can email

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