Get Ultrafast & Superfast Broadband! Call Flow can connect you in Kent, East Sussex, Hampshire & Berkshire.

Call Flow offers Ultrafast & Superfast broadband up to 1,000 Mbit/s to homes and businesses in Southern England.

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Call Flow offers ultrafast and superfast broadband to over 13,000 homes and businesses across Kent, East Sussex, Hampshire and Berkshire. Make sure your whole family can work, stream, game and download!

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Call Flow is continually investing in its infrastructure and building to new areas.  Our first ultrafast pure fibre networks are complete now with many more planned for 2018! Contact our sales team for information on our ultrafast FTTP network expansion.

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Customers in Kings Hill can now order our Gigabit services and these state-of-the-art FTTP services will soon be arriving in Paddock Wood! Get speeds of up to 1000 Mbit/s! Check your postcode & pre-order now!

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Cut-Off dates for Broadband Before Christmas

27th November 2017

Could customers please note our cut-off date for ordering an FTTC service in order to go live before […]

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Kings Hill School Fireworks Extravaganza

17th October 2017

Kings Hill School Fireworks Extravaganza 4th November 2017 Call Flow will be attending this great event.  Come along, speak […]

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Ultrafast Full Fibre 1000Mbps Broadband Coming To Kings Hill.

13th October 2017

Fibre To The Premises (FTTP) Call Flow Solutions are building a full fibre network in Kings Hill which […]

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Call Flow offers ultrafast and superfast broadband in Kent, East Sussex, Hampshire and Berkshire. Call Flow has been investing in broadband networks for over 15 years and is proud of its local roots and local workforce. Call Flow offers a portfolio of broadband solutions to deliver speeds of up to 1,000 Mbit/s in some of the hardest-to-reach areas of Southern England.


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