From Hull Live | Thursday 17 January 2019
Business announces it had purchased Relax Broadband in a move which will see the firm roll out its services into the town.
A Hull internet provider has expanded its network as it continues to provide an alternative to broadband giant KCOM.
purebroadband, launched in 2009, announced it had purchased Beverley-based Relax Broadband, in a move which will see the firm roll out its services into the East Yorkshire town.
The business said the investment was its first step towards a goal of offering ultrafast broadband to everyone in the East Riding.
Adrian Bolster, managing director at purebroadband, said: “2018 has been a fantastic year for purebroadband.
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