B4RN launches a short film to celebrate HALO partnership with Kubus and Juniper Networks

“B4RN strives to deliver the best internet service in the country to the areas that are hardest to
reach. With a 400G-ready network, we can bring the benefits of digital connectivity to rural
communities for generations to come.” Tom Rigg, COO, B4RN
As B4RN is a Community Benefit Society, they work with local communities to design, plan, and
install full-fibre networks that deliver gigabit-speed broadband services. Community contributions
are integral – B4RN works alongside communities, landowners and volunteers to plan the fibre
routes across agricultural lands, dig trenches and fit house kits in customer homes.
The video, launching on 6th February, will be an extremely poignant thank you, and has provided
B4RN the opportunity to really highlight the hard work and dedication of the B4RN volunteers,
contractors, landowners and staff who have worked together to get communities connected for
more than a decade.
Video link: https://youtu.be/oWNMltBI3ZI
Date of publication/video go live: 06/02/24 – Do not share prior to this date

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