We’re Broadway Partners, and we are dedicated to ensuring that everybody gets the broadband they need.
It is our ambition to provide good, affordable broadband to 100% of the people and businesses wherever we go… because in our world, nobody is a second class citizen!
We use the most appropriate technology for the job, whether it be fibre-to-the-premises or wireless in its many shapes or forms – where that makes better sense. It’s really not about the technology, but what you do with it! There’s no ‘one solution fits all’ approach, we use a technology model that works best for the community or the project, ensuring delivery of a high quality, affordable and sustainable broadband service for all.
We are a very community minded business. We exist to get people connected – regardless of where they live – offering speeds of 30Mbps and beyond
When 30Mbps isn’t enough, we can offer faster speeds using fibre and state-of-the-art wireless technology to deliver the fastest broadband possible.
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It was all smiles from our CEO Michael Armitage when we scooped the award for Technical Innovation at the inaugural INCA awards in London on Monday 5th November, for our pioneering work with TV White Space to help provide superfast broadband to hard-to-connect rural areas.
Ofcom has revealed that only BT(Openreach), KCOM, Hyperoptic, Quickline and Broadway Partners have expressed a formal interest in becoming suppliers for the new Universal Service Obligation (USO), which from 2020 will make it possible for anybody in a slow speed area to request a broadband speed of at least 10Mbps.
Our mission is to serve the broadband needs of rural communities, ‘connecting the unconnected’. We are a small company, but working with industry leading partners, such as Cisco, Microsoft, Strathclyde University, Kings College London and others, and we bring the latest technology to deliver a great service, at an affordable price. We have networks across Scotland and Wales, and soon also in England.