Swish Fibre acknowledges the "unrest in the community" due to the work being carried out as they launch their new broadband service.

The full-fibre broadband company are now live in 11 of the initial 33 towns listed from their launch plans.

This includes Marlow, Gerrards Cross, Princes Risborough, Beaconsfield, Bourne End, Hazlemere, Farnham, Godalming, Thame, Chinnor and now Flackwell Heath, with Great Missenden and Ascot customers set to be connected in the coming weeks.

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Building work continues in Hazlemere, Penn and Wooburn Green leaving local residents frustrated with the ongoing disruptions.

Swish Fibre co-founder, Alistair Goulden said: “We completely understand that there is going to be unrest in the community when it comes to civils work and digging streets and we are working hard to get the message out there that there will be a certain amount of short term pain for long term gain.

"In order to provide a number of our properties with access to full fibre, civils work must be carried out to lay new ducting where our 100% fibre-optic cables can be pulled through.

"This is because the majority of the existing ducting in many of the areas we operate in, house outdated copper telecoms cables, that are directly buried in the ground with no access.

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“We pride ourselves on our customer care and we know how vital it is that we clearly explain what we are doing, why we are doing it and how long any inconvenience is expected to last, while importantly helping our communities to understand the long-term benefits of Full Fibre Broadband.

"Full Fibre is an enabler and it’s an honour for all at Swish to continue to drive both social and economic growth in towns that have been previously thought to be left behind”

A family in Flackwell Heath struggling to connect to the internet recently become the first in the village to move to local broadband.

The Fraser-Sampsons who live on Sedgemoor Road were struggling to keep their home and family connected on their old part-fibre service.

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Charles Fraser-Sampson said: “Firstly I have to say the customer service throughout has been top-notch.

"It was so refreshing to speak to a human being and the Swish team kept me updated on the whole process from beginning until the end.

"The speeds have been unbelievable since taking the plunge and it’s already made such a massive difference.

"With our old connection, we mainly felt the negative effects in the evenings with so many people on the street using up bandwidth at the same time.

"We’d constantly have dropouts on the network, even when we were trying to use just a few devices at once.

"For example, trying to watch Netflix while my wife was using the Wi-Fi on the phone and my son was on his iPad, was a nightmare, and we’d always get buffering screens.

"With Swish, you don’t get any delays at all and everything has been seamless”