Residents in the area can look forward to getting connected to game-changing broadband very soon, as brsk have connected their first customer to their full fibre network.

The project to roll out better broadband in Stourbridge began last year, where brsk have invested £15 million to transform how people can use the internet and connect in the area, building a brand-new network to offer an ultrafast alternative to the existing old infrastructure, which largely relies on old copper lines. The brsk full fibre network offers homes and businesses speeds of up to 950+ Mbps (that’s upload and download speeds!)

It’s not just the speeds that set them apart, brsk recently won “Best Network under 100k homes passed” at the Internet Service Provider’s Association awards showing their commitment to rolling out world-class broadband. With thousands of customers connected across the North West, the West Midlands is the latest region to benefit from brsk full fibre; and with the first customers now connected in Stourbridge, more residents can look forward to getting connected to gigabit broadband imminently.

For anyone worried about the current cost of living and looking for ways to save money, brsk are offering a promotion throughout January starting from just £12.50, meaning everyone in the area can move across to a superior network and enjoy a better quality of broadband for less. If that didn’t sound appealing already, they also guarantee no mid-contract price rises outside of any promotional offerings, and offer free installation and set-up worth £150, so you really are getting value for money!

Speaking of their new broadband connection, the first connected customer in Stourbridge, Jamie Muddiman said, "Finally I can get rid of the old copper broadband and get the fastest speeds in the area, I’m excited to see what you have to offer!”

They plan to enable approximately 240,000 homes across the West Midlands to upgrade to full fibre, the first area of Stourbridge is now live, and the rest will follow shortly. Work in Brierley Hill and Kingswinford is well underway, with Cradley Heath and Selly Oak next in line to receive better broadband.

If you have any questions about the rollout and would like to speak to brsk in person about their plans for the area, they are hosting a Q&A night at Stourbridge Town Hall, between 6pm-9pm on Tuesday 31st January. If you’d like to attend, you can register here

To find out if you can upgrade to full fibre broadband, you can check their rollout plans and register your details at