Eddie Nelson – Darley Moor Motor Cycle Road Racing Club

Just a very quick thank you for the great service and very professional way you and all your staff responded when we were well and truly left in the lurch by BT.

Everything was arranged and fitted inside two weeks of our radio plea for help.

The work was carried out to the highest standards with even the dust from the drilling removed.

We will not hesitate to recommend you to others.

Kind regards

Eddie Nelson,
Darley Moor Motor Cycle Road Racing Club.

James Mckay – Tansley

Dear W3Z staff,

A rather belated “THANK YOU” to your company and workforce for getting me free from BT Business – officially the worst company in the world!

Your staff attended when they were due, carried out their duties proficiently and without disturbing my business, and the service is spectacular!

We now have a fast broadband service which works and costs a mere fraction of what BT were charging for 1/10 of the speed that you are providing.  In addition, BT engineers failed to turn up on 23 of the 28 occasions on which they were due here, causing HUGE problems and costs for my company.

I have contacted  BBC TV, who did the piece on my problems with BT – informing them that you guys have now given me a service which is truly 21st Century, in comparison to the 19th Century service which BT (almost!) provided.

The Minister came, listened, went and then acted!

On April 30th The Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP, the then Culture Secretary with responsibilities for UK Broadband development paid a surprise visit to W3Z.

Ian Sneap described the 12 years of development of the W3Z network and the Minister expressed surprise and delight at what he heard and congratulated Zycomm and W3Z on the achievement, all without Government aid. Ian Sneap commented that being free from the bureaucratic reporting that would be associated with such funding had actually allowed us to get on at our own pace.

Sajid asked if there was anything he could do to assist, after the election? Ian Sneap requested that he look at the situation with traditional ISP’s who would tie customers up in a three-year contract knowing they could never achieve acceptable speeds whilst W3Z could offer NGA target speeds NOW.