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Broadband Firm Ogi Lands 10-Year Deal To Supply Leisure Park

Welsh indigenous broadband provider Ogi has signed a 10-year deal to supply a major south Wales leisure park. The telecommunications company will supply its full-fibre broadband to 500 holiday homes and surrounding leisure facilities at Fontygary Leisure Park in Rhoose, in the Vale of Glamorgan.

The six-figure investment deal is a 10-year commitment between the two businesses, with the rollout being delivered by staff at the leisure park who will be upskilled to install and manage the new service. Ogi, one of the fastest-growing firms in Wales, said the deal will give the leisure park access to its network for gaming and streaming at the park alongside traditional outdoor attractions.

The deal is part of Ogi’s initial £200m rollout and the network forms an additional part of its plan to bring full-fibre broadband to 150,000 homes and businesses within the next few years. The company said it hopes the deal will be the first of many with other Welsh leisure and tourism businesses.

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Business sales director Andrew Dow said: “We’re really excited to be welcoming Fontygary to the Ogi network. This landmark deal is a real game changer for us and, I hope, residents and visitors to the park, who’ll all benefit from our ultrafast and ultra-reliable Welsh broadband speeds.”

Fontygary park manager Simon Owen said: “Bringing this vital infrastructure to the park will really help us stand out now and long into the future. As more and more people look to holiday closer to home, UK parks like ours are thriving.

“Our park here in Rhoose is full of ways for visitors to unwind and enjoy a digital detox, but we know people need to stay in touch too. Ogi’s new network allows us to provide the best of both worlds – and from a partner based, quite literally, right around the corner.”

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