Superfast broadband provider Keycom is celebrating success after being named as a finalist in three categories of the prestigious Internet Service Providers’ Association awards 2016.
Keycom’s work has caught the eyes of the ISPA judges in the Best Superfast Broadband, Best Consumer Fixed Broadband and Best Business Broadband categories.
The ISPAs are the premier awards for companies across the broadband and telecom industries.
Entrants into the ISPA awards undergo two months of rigorous technical testing before the awards’ shortlist is announced.
Based in Stafford and Wrexham, Keycom provide superfast broadband solutions for business and industry sectors including universities, housing and military accommodation.
Keycom’s market leading broadband provision at the Barbican, London, was recognised as the fastest in the UK in recent independent speed tests by Think Broadband.
Paula Benoit, Enterprise Director at Keycom, said: “The ISPAs are the true benchmark of quality in our industry and it is fantastic to have our services recommended in this way. I’m delighted for our staff, we work hard to ensure we have a team who are always looking to innovate and put the customers first.
“We recognise the importance that good broadband connections play in 21st century life, whether that is for business people working to secure a vital contract, or residents in social housing looking to report a repair or stay in touch with friends and relatives.”
The ISPA awards ceremony will be held at The Brewery, Chiswell Street, London EC1, on July 7.
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Notes to Editors:
Keycom, part of the UKB Networks Group (UKBN), provides bespoke, superfast broadband campus solutions to businesses and public sectors organisations including education, social housing and the military. It also supplies the UK’s fastest broadband – 1 Gbps – to housing developments at the Barbican and Kings Chelsea, London.
UKBN is a subsidiary of Hong Kong Telecom (HKT), a world leading technology company with a presence in 28 countries across the globe.