For some time now Apogee has been offering its select clients an additional bolt-on to its popular utility searching product, which enables residential and commercial developers to properly compare the geographic and speed presence of their broadband options. Apogee are pleased to announce a full market rollout of this new solution not only to developers but also to the wider property transaction market.
Prior to the virus, the next generation was already in a position where the speed of their broadband was essential. Yet there is still no sensible “compare the market” for broadband offerings in the UK. That is because it is as much about price and airwaves as it is about physical geography. The vagaries of commercial and home broadband are massively dependant on a network operators Point of Presence (POP) almost as much as they are on the demand on that network.
Since the virus and the rush to work at home those vagaries have come even more sharply into focus. The online meeting problems we have all had highlights the demand for broadband and its newfound importance. The options are the beauty of early deregulation of a competitive market.
Apogee’s Broadband POP report delivers to developers and anybody looking at any type of new property a picture of:
• The number of broadband providers in the area.
• That could be up to 5 core wireless networks or up to 20 fibre broadband networks.
• The geographic distance from the property being studied.
• The broad speed ranges available.
The bolt-on starts at £65 + VAT and will be available on Apogee’s website soon. Stand alone starts at £105 + VAT
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