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Broadband is usually faster than traditional dial-up access. It is internet access that features several high-speed transmission technologies - Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), Cable Modem, Fiber, Wireless, Satellite and Broadband over Powerlines (BPL). The broadband technology you choose depends on various factors. For example, do you live in an urban or rural area, which network provider is available in your area and what broadband internet access packages do they offers? For people living in Hill, Yorkshire, England, KCOM is one such firm that claims to be amongst the leading broadband internet service provider. To get unbiased information about them, check out unfiltered customer reviews of KCOM here from residents of that region.

About KCOM
KCOM is a communications and IT services provider in the United Kingdom. Their headquarters is located in Hill, Yorkshire, England. The company serves residents and businesses with telephony and internet services. The company uses a Fibre To The Home (FTTH) network and according to them, unlike most network providers, their fibre doesn't just end at the cabinet. Instead, the fibre goes all the way to the client's home or business. They claim that their FTTH or "real fibre broadband" allows them to offer customers an average network speed of 30, 75, 200, 400 and 900Mbps. KCOM is privately owned by Macquarie Group - an Australian multinational company. In 2019, they won the Best Consumer Internet Service Provider at The ISPAs.

Products and Services of KCOM
KCOM has five broadband packages for their clients, all with an 18-months contract. The Standard Fibre Unlimited package costs £40/month with an average download speed of 30Mbps and an estimated 15Mbps upload speed. Next is the Superfast Unlimited which costs £42/month with an estimated 20Mbps upload speed and an average 75Mbps download speed. The Superfast Plus Unlimited plan has a 35Mbps estimated upload speed and a 200Mbps average download speed, it costs £46/month. The Ultrafast Unlimited is next with a 400Mbps average download speed and 35Mbps estimate upload speed, the package costs £50/month. The top package is the Gigafast Unlimited with a £79/month pricing, it has a 900Mbps average download speed and 50Mbps estimated upload speed. There are certain criteria clients have to meet to be eligible for KCOM's flex packages - Flex Call Only (£5.10/month), Flex Basic ADSL broadband & 3G (£9/month), Basic ADSL broadband & 8G (£10/month) and Lightstream Flex (£20/month). The Flex Basic ADSL broadband & 3G and Flex Basic ADSL broadband & 8G packages are only available for customers not in the fibre area. While the Lightstream Flex is only for customers in the fibre area. For Call packages, KCOM offers the following call packages - PAYG (£11.99/month), UK Landlines (£15.99/month), UK Landlines and Mobile (£19.99/month), All-inclusive (£26.99/month) and International (£19.99/month).

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