We are very excited here about the launch of Trooli. Full fibre broadband like ours is only available to 4% of premises in the UK, and we are really proud to be starting out in the towns and villages in Kent that, in the past, have been among the last in the UK to receive broadband upgrades.
Over the coming weeks you may spot some of our strikingly honest, bright yellow adverts in local train stations, roadsides, and local press. You may even see one of our brand new Trooli vans out and about. But Trooli is not just about some new colours and nice adverts. We are also updating all our systems that will help you interact with us and bring you an excellent service.
Please help us spread the good news about Trooli, which is delivering the 1000 Mbit/s services this area truly deserves. If you’ve checked out this website and like what you see, please subscribe to our Facebook page @troolifibre, like our posts and help us spread the message about our growing full fibre, ultra speedy network.
It’s all in a name. For us, Trooli is about being honest around what our services will deliver, and delivering the level of service you expect. When we say it’s a fibre service, that’s exactly what it is, all the way to your door. Nothing else. But what does Trooli actually mean? Well, we’ve been trawling the internet for answers, and fishing around for some clues, but what is this word of Scandi origin? Is there something fishy going on?
32 more towns and villages in Kent announced!
Trooli’s next build phase sees 32 towns and villages connected to our future-proof full fibre network over the next 12 months, and this will bring our Gigabit services to another 26,000+ homes and businesses in Kent. You can order our service around 3 months ahead of network completion in each area, so please keep an eye out for further announcements here and on Facebook @troolifibre and Twitter @troolifibre.
The areas included in this build phase are: Brenchley, Boughton Monchelsea, Chart Sutton, Coxheath, Cranbrook, Culverstone Green, East Farleigh, East Malling, Hartley (nr Longfield), Hawkhurst, Headcorn, Horsmonden, Istead Rise, Leybourne, Linton, Longfield, Loose, Marden, Matfield, Meopham, Milebush, Nettlestead Green, New Barn, Offham, Staplehurst, Sutton Valance, Vigo, Wateringbury, West Farleigh, West Kingsdown, West Malling.
Trooli is on its way to Pembury! If you’re looking for ultrafast broadband, then we can help. You’ll be amazed by the speed. Enter your postcode in our checker to order a Gigabit service from us today to be connected in Winter 2018/19.
Trooli has arrived in Paddock Wood! Our full fibre network is complete and now ready to connect premises to Gigabit broadband. Paddock Wood joins the lucky 4% of UK households that can get a full fibre ultrafast broadband connection. Enter your postcode in our checker to order a Gigabit service from us today.
Kings Hill and Kate Reed Wood
The home of Trooli and where our full fibre FTTP journey started. We have been taking orders in King’s Hill and Kate Reed Wood since 2017. Only 4% of premises in the UK have access to full fibre broadband. Thank you to all our customers that have joined us since we started out – we hope you are enjoying the benefits! Don’t forget to leave us some feedback on Facebook @troolifibre