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Plusnet has announced that its fibre customers will be able to install their own hardware, in a bid to speed up the deployment of the service.

The move, which is being made possible by the release of the company's new Plusnet Hub One, will eliminate the need for an engineer to set up the connection. Once the connection is live, customers can set up the router whenever they like.

The Plusnet Hub One router is easy to install and features a/n and ac wireless modes, which help to ensure a strong and reliable wireless signal

Plusnet announced that the self-install process will be available for all new Fibre customers, as well as existing ADSL customers upgrading to Fibre, from December 17th.

The company has since updated its website to provide customers with an estimated speed range for fibre as opposed to a single figure, which it hopes will offer the most accurate indication of what speeds to expect.

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