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(Cream on the Waterfront, 2021 - 2x 10Gbps Internet Connections - serving 290 credit card machines, 4K streaming and Free WiFi for 20,000 people over 4 days )

 

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Our team enjoyed working on the new #TaylorSwift (I Can See You) music video that was filmed in the Cunard Building

Taylor Swift Chooses Baltic Broadband

By Baltic Company News, Interesting Things, Music

Completed: Our team enjoyed working on the new #TaylorSwift (I Can See You) music video that was filmed in the Cunard Building, which is part of our Connected Venues Network.

We enabled the film set with 1Gbps from our Temporary Internet product, complete with rush uploads and a high density WiFi system that was used for various production departments.

Our customer said:

“Baltic provided us with a high speed 1 Gbps leased-line for a week-long filming project in Liverpool City Centre. The service, complete with high density WiFi was set up across multiple levels in the same building; in a large open-plan office and on our set, allowing both our crew and visitors to connect trouble free while having use of printers and rush upload ports throughout”

“We were very happy with the great friendly service provided by Baltic and would strongly recommend them in the future”

Baltic Powers : On-street free WiFi for “Taylor Week”

By Baltic Company News, Local Events, Music

Taylor Swift: Another Fantastic Project Delivered :  On-street city-wide Free WiFi for “Taylor Town” in Liverpool this last week.

Baltic Broadband set up a large public WiFi system across the streets of Liverpool city centre that allowed the 150,000 plus “Swifties” to stay connected with free (unlimited data) WiFi who travelled to the city from across the world.

Our dedicated microsite www.taylortown.co.uk also provided visitors with access to local information, traveling advice, signposting for local businesses and much more.

Taylor is such a talented lyricist, singer and musician. Yet is flawed like us all and able to share those human experiences so eloquently in a way that unites everybody. 

It reminded us of the music video production that we worked on for Taylor Swift’s “I Can See You” last year in the Cunard building which is part of our Connected Venues Network, read more at https://www.balticbroadband.com/2023/08/01/taylor-swift-chooses-baltic-broadband/ 

#TaylorSwift #Liverpool #LiverpoolBusinessNews #FilmingLocation #VisitorEconomy #liverpoolbusiness #wifi #broadband  #liverpool #swifties #taylorswift #erastour

Cunard : Queen Anne Naming Ceremony 2024

By Baltic Company NewsNo Comments

Baltic Broadband connected this fabulous event with 2 x 10Gbps leased lines into Liverpool’s Pier Head.

With entertainment from world-renowned Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli,  Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, The Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, local DJ Lauren Lo Sung, and of course the official naming by Queen Anne’s Godparent, including the iconic smashing of a Champagne bottle against the ship.

DJ, Craig Charles kept everyone entertained during his set, while the celebrations were broadcast live throughout the Queen Ann ship in full HD quality using Baltic’s high capacity backbone connections.

We provided low latency Gigabit internet for live streaming, back end communications systems, event control, internet for offices and free WiFi for the thousands of  people attending.

In addition to the high capacity 20Gbps of internet service, our system was designed for full resilience, so in the case of a failure , we had diverse links and hardware connected from various internet exchanges (London and Manchester).

This allowed both the crowds to connect as well as people on/off the ship to stay connected/use our network’s data rather than consume roaming charges.

Additionally, we built a custom solution for the connectivity to the ship (for the Live Broadcast of the event to Passengers on board the Queen Anne), with a number of wireless antennas located up the River Mersey so it could stay connected to the live broadcast as it moved up and down the river.

On board was six Satellite’s and an RF link, which worked flawlessly, to receive the live stream from the Broadcast studios setup at the Pier Head.

As we peer with the Satellite operator, we’re able to keep the latency low with minimal hops and therefore a small, if any amount of dropped video frames throughout the whole day, resulting in a very reliable, interference-free and consistent live broadcast.

Baltic does Eurovision Magic Again!

By Baltic Company News, Interesting Things

Baltic Broadband did it again as the Eurovision Mersey Magic Returned to Liverpool.

Liverpool donned its sequins once again for another musical extravaganza.

Baltic provided its on-street free WiFi service, connections for live streaming to multiple locations while our hospitality customers enjoyed fast and reliable connections for multiple viewing parties across the region, including Castle Street, Liverpool ONE, the Royal Albert Dock and even a party cruise along the Mersey!

‘Liverpool Loves Eurovision’ was a city-wide campaign to help cement its position as the UK’s Capital of Eurovision. A number of major events took place with an open invitation to fans from across the UK and Europe who can’t get to Sweden, to party in style in Liverpool instead.

United by Music, connected by Baltic.

Mission Impossible : Liverpool Bid Company

By Baltic Company News, Featured Customer, Interesting Things, Landlord and Tenant

The Liverpool Bid company needed internet to their office on Church Street, Liverpool.

Others had tried then failed to deliver.

Problem : We weren’t permitted to bring fibre into the building, nor install wireless antennas on the roof…and 4G coverage was poor and could not deliver fast stable speeds.

Should we pack up and go home?  Most companies would have.  Not Baltic Broadband.

The only thing we could use was the office windows.  Unfortunately, there was no line of sight to our masts due to being boxed in by surrounding tall buildings.

Solution: We did have a POP site directly behind the Bid’s offices, however it wasn’t facing the windows. We figured out that we could actually bounce the radio signal off the building opposite.

Using the cladding of the H&M store, its construction acted as an ideal reflector to bounce the signal directly into our customers windows!….and there we installed our dish.

150Mbps upload and download all the way.  Guaranteed speeds.  24/7 support with generous service level agreement.

Homeworkers: Installation Refused!

By Baltic Company News, Interesting Things, Landlord and Tenant

With no fibre present in the building and the landlord refusing to allow us to install it, how does one get fast Broadband for this “work from home” customer?

Simple. One call to Baltic Broadband. Oh, hang on … .the landlord has also denied access to put a wireless antenna onto the roof…and said “you can do what you want in the apartment and window as that is the tenants’, however you are not allowed on the roof or anywhere else” (without a substantial payment!)

No problem. Baltic made a custom mount and attached it to the customers window, with a special flat cable that fits between the window seals, providing 350Mbps upload and download with guaranteed speeds and a 4-hour SLA.

From business conferences, exhibitions, corporate events, product launches, sporting events, fashion shows, government events, art fairs, pop-up shops, muddy fields, disused warehouses, docksides, moving vehicles, churches and even flying 1500ft in the air , we’ve yet to be beaten by a connectivity challenge.

Featured Customer: Bagel Factory

By Baltic Company News, Featured Customer

The team at Baltic Broadband has just completed a new tenant install for the Bagel Factory on Wall Street, in Liverpool One.

The Bagel Factory is known for serving super-fresh bagels, tasty snacks, chilled drinks and Lavazza coffees. Their primary focus is on sourcing high-quality ingredients to produce fresh and healthy food.

This project was quite a challenge, getting underground fibre (with no entry directly) into this kiosk that was built after the estate opened, with us having to come up with some innovative ideas to “magic” the cable into the kiosk and without affecting other tenants on the estate during their trading hours.

Working in the rain at 6am (before most places opened), we worked through the early hours to connect the new tenant onto our 100Gbps fibre network that circles Liverpool One, getting them live within 5 days from the order and more importantly live days before their opening day.

Launch of Mersey Fibre for the Liverpool City Region

By Interesting Things

Today, the team behind Baltic Broadband have launched a new fibre broadband provider for the residential market in the Liverpool City Region.

Mersey Fibre will have a focus on multi-dwelling units (blocks of flats, apartments etc) and provide a high quality broadband service for home users, backed by a local support team.

Currently it’s early days as Mersey Fibre is just setting things up and it begins trading today, however over the next few months it aims to launch a series of competitive packages that has instant setup, guaranteed speeds, free WiFi roaming (though the Liverpool City Region’s streets), a teleport service that enables customers to use their home Broadband when traveling and a special broadband mode to help gamers get the best ping times possible.

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Matt Wilson, founder and CEO said “after seeing so many competitors epic fail on customer service, unsustainable pricing offers and treat their customers with utter contempt, we think it’s high time for a new breed of ISP that is centered around the customer with outstanding support and delivered locally using the region’s internet rather than on an extension lead from London”

“We believe that people are sick of poor customer service, limited time offers, hidden pricing, poor support and poor technical delivery.  Much of the market is driven on price with a downwards race to the bottom that is ultimately paid for by taxpayers”

“In the last 5 years, the region has seen a wide range of new market entrants, many who started with good intentions, however as standards have slipped, many are now going out of business or now risk being consolidated into much bigger companies”

“Just as we did with Baltic Broadband when we disrupted the local business Broadband market, we believe it’s now time to create a new type of company to disrupt the current residential market offering, adding additional choice and more competition into the market and look forwarding to adding our first customers later on in 2024”

If you are a landlord and would like to work with Mersey Fibre to get your tenants a better broadband offering, provided by a local company who really cares, please get in touch.

LCRDC Launch Baltic Triangle Elevator Data Centre

By Baltic Company News, Data Centre

Liverpool City Region Data Centres have today launched a new Micro data centre, located in Liverpool City Centre.

Strategically located within the South of the City, this Micro Data Centre is a central gateway to the local digital businesses, such as those in gaming, sensors and other tech businesses.

This Liverpool City Centre Colocation facility is ideal for edge nodes and low latency, immersive and real-time applications that require data to be closer to the end user.

Available space for customers include Single U, Multi U and Quarter Rack options with low power density requirements for small servers, single board computers and similar appliances.

Previously, offering Data Centre space had been a service that has enhanced customers digital connectivity by allowing them to move their IT hardware outside of their office and into a Data Centre within the Liverpool City Region, while still being connected at LAN speeds and low latency.

Over the last 2 years, the demand for Data Centre space has risen, especially with the high costs of the cloud, more and more businesses are now looking at what they can do to keep their data local to their operations, quite often, just a few street away from their premises.

Baltic Broadband’s LCRDC is growing it’s data centres substantially this coming year and has plans to offer multiple small scale Data Centres that will provide Edge & Micro Colocation across Liverpool, Sefton, Knowsley, St Helen’s, Halton & the Wirral. These new generation of small scale data centres will help enable 5G applications, Media Streaming, Driverless Cars, Drone Deliveries, the Internet of Things, especially with such data centres being installed deep within Communities.

See our Liverpool City Centre Baltic Triangle Elevator Micro Data Centre page here.

Featured Customer: Red Run

By Baltic Company News, Featured Customer

Women’s active streetwear brand – Red Run – in Manestys Lane, Liverpool ONE struggled for months to get an internet connection installed from the national providers.

Red Run is inspired by the retro vibes of the 80s/90s sportswear era combined with trend-led streetwear. Co-Founder Megan Kimmance’s focus remains on offering a quality, bold and unique product to the consumer, providing full outfit provision for those who seek an effortless pre-styled look.

One call to Baltic Broadband last week and they’re now connected within 7 days and to our 100Gbps fibre network that circles Liverpool One and the city centre.

Now, with 1Gbps free WiFi for visitors, backend POS systems and more, Red Run now enjoy ultra-fast speeds, backed by a local company that really cares and is for them 24/7.

https://lnkd.in/e5K2gxKK

LCRDC Launch Liverpool City Lime Micro Data Centre

By Baltic Company News, Data Centre

LCRDC, Baltic Broadband’s new Data Centre brand -have today launched a new Micro data centre, located in Liverpool City Centre.

Strategically located within the Lime Street & Bold Street corridor, this Micro Data Centre is a central gateway to the local retail, offices cultural and nightlife economy.

This Liverpool City Centre facility is ideal for edge nodes and low latency, immersive and real-time applications that require data to be closer to the end user.

Available space for customers include Single U, Multi U and Quarter Rack options with low power density requirements for small servers, single board computers and similar appliances.

Previously, offering Data Centre space had been a service that has enhanced customers digital connectivity by allowing them to move their IT hardware outside of their office and into a Data Centre within the Liverpool City Region, while still being connected at LAN speeds and low latency.

Over the last 2 years, the demand for Data Centre space has risen, especially with the high costs of the cloud, more and more businesses are now looking at what they can do to keep their data local to their operations, quite often, just a few street away from their premises.

Baltic Broadband’s LCRDC is growing it’s data centres substantially this coming year and has plans to offer multiple small scale Data Centres that will provide Edge & Micro Colocation across Liverpool, Sefton, Knowsley, St Helen’s, Halton & the Wirral. These new generation of small scale data centres will help enable 5G applications, Media Streaming, Driverless Cars, Drone Deliveries, the Internet of Things, especially with such data centres being installed deep within Communities.

See our Liverpool City Lime Micro Data Centre here.

Featured Customer: White Stuff

By Baltic Company News

After another busy week last week, the team at Baltic Broadband got the White Stuff & their shiny new shop connected with high speed fibre internet at Liverpool One.

Gigabit internet was installed within 7 working days, delivered on-time, promises kept and internet speeds exceeded.

White Stuff now enjoys a high performing internet that is monitored and maintained 24/7, delivered by a local business who really cares about it’s customers.

White Stuff are connected to Baltic Broadband’s 100Gbps fibre network that circles the city & the Liverpool One estate that connects up a growing number of retailers, offices & hospitality venues, including our new LCR Play network, you can read more at https://lnkd.in/edruyC68

https://www.whitestuff.com/

The white stuff can be found at No. 8 Peter’s Arcade, Liverpool ONE, L1 3D

LCRDC Launch Paddington Village Micro Data Centre

By Baltic Company News, Data Centre

LCRDC, Baltic Broadband’s new Data Centre brand – has today launched a new Micro data centre, located in the East of Liverpool, based in Edge Hill.

Strategically located within the £1bn flagship Innovation District “Paddington Village”, this Micro Data Centre is a eastern gateway to the local Science, Tech, Education and Health community.

This Edge Hill facility is ideal for edge nodes and low latency, immersive and real-time applications that require data to be closer to the end user.

Available space for customers include Single U, Multi U and Quarter Rack options with low power density requirements for small servers, single board computers and similar appliances.

Previously, offering Data Centre space had been a service that has enhanced customers digital connectivity by allowing them to move their IT hardware outside of their office and into a Data Centre within the Liverpool City Region, while still being connected at LAN speeds and low latency.

Over the last 2 years, the demand for Data Centre space has risen, especially with the high costs of the cloud, more and more businesses are now looking at what they can do to keep their data local to their operations, quite often, just a few street away from their premises.

Baltic Broadband’s LCRDC is growing it’s data centres substantially this coming year and has plans to offer multiple small scale Data Centres that will provide Edge & Micro Colocation across Liverpool, Sefton, Knowsley, St Helen’s, Halton & the Wirral. These new generation of small scale data centres will help enable 5G applications, Media Streaming, Driverless Cars, Drone Deliveries, the Internet of Things, especially with such data centres being installed deep within Communities.

See our Paddington Village Micro Data Centre here

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How to Survive a Fibre Break

By Baltic Company News

Worried about a possible Fibre Cut?  You should be.  Though fibre is perceived as a “perfect” media, fibre is fragile and repairs take days or weeks requiring specialist skills and equipment.

A fibre break is an accidental break in an optical fiber, typically due to new construction in the area. 

Unfortunately, in the UK at least and due to the vast new amount of infrastructure and recent new build of fibre, fibre breaks are now very common.

But while fibre optic cabling is traditionally seen as the safer option, that may be a misconception.  When installed correctly, fibre optics is the “perfect” media, transmitting Gigabits of data without interruption.  

However, any disruption to the fragile fibre causes data outages which take days or weeks to locate and repair.  The armoured covering around the fibre cable may keep it safe from rodents but is no protection against mechanical diggers, street works and other forms of disruption. 

One easy way to avoid the problems related to cut fibre is to consider a wireless alternative or backup to an existing fibre as a resilient path, such as Baltic Broadband’s Fixed Wireless Access Product, which sends internet wirelessly through the air.

Better still, using a product that combines both fibre and wireless gives perfect network resilience, such as the hugely successful Baltic Bulletproof.

For example, if there is a disruption to the fibre optics at street level, the wireless link up on a rooftop level does not suffer – and vice versa.  

In one real-world example, after a fibre cut in Liverpool City Centre in 2022 that served a large office block of businesses that were without internet for 12 days, the landlord decided to install Baltic Bulletproof as a solution.

Around a year later, the same property suffered another fibre break due to local street works, however this time around, not a single tenant noticed any difference, and the landlord was surprised to receive a phone call from Baltic Broadband about such a cut.

If you experience a fibre break (and are with another provider), Baltic offers an Emergency Service to get you back on.

Finally, you may wish to consider a more resilient service that utilises both fibre and wireless technology, which are the perfect pair for maximum uptime for your business.

LCRDC Launch Bootle Triad Data Centre

By Baltic Company News, Data Centre

LCRDC, Baltic Broadband’s new Data Centre brand – have today launched a new Micro Data centre located in Bootle, Sefton.

Strategically located within South Sefton, this Micro Data Centre is a central gateway to the local digital businesses, such as those in retail, shipping, education, gaming, sensors and tech businesses.

This Bootle Colocation facility is ideal for edge nodes and low latency, interactive retail, immersive and real-time applications that require data to be closer to the end user.

Available space for customers include Single U, Multi U and Quarter Rack options with low power density requirements for small servers, single board computers and similar appliances.

Previously, offering Data Centre space had been a service that has enhanced customers digital connectivity by allowing them to move their IT hardware outside of their office and into a Data Centre within the Liverpool City Region, while still being connected at LAN speeds and low latency.

Over the last 2 years, the demand for Data Centre space has risen, especially with the high costs of the cloud, more and more businesses are now looking at what they can do to keep their data local to their operations, quite often, just a few street away from their premises.

Baltic Broadband’s LCRDC is growing it’s data centres substantially this coming year and has plans to offer multiple small scale Data Centres that will provide Edge & Micro Colocation across Liverpool, Sefton, Knowsley, St Helen’s, Halton & the Wirral. These new generation of small scale data centres will help enable 5G applications, Media Streaming, Driverless Cars, Drone Deliveries, the Internet of Things, especially with such data centres being installed deep within Communities.

See our Bootle Triad Data Centre page here.

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Video game industry’s layoff – How we can help

By Baltic Company NewsNo Comments

Many would have heard the recent news about the numerous redundancies within the Games Industry.

Sadly, there are many more job losses to come, and this will affect many jobs within the Liverpool City Region.

Baltic Broadband are trying to help where possible.  Already, we’ve agreed to provide a significant discount on our broadband services for employees of such companies who have lost their job, until they are back on their feet.

If you have been made redundant recently from one of the local games companies, and have a Baltic Broadband connection, please talk to us today about how we can help.

Featured Customer: The Real Greek, Liverpool One

By Baltic Company News

Connected and live within 10 working days: The Real Greek in Paradise street Liverpool has now been connected at Gigabit speeds to Baltic Broadband’s 100Gbps fibre network that circles Liverpool City Centre, in time for its opening Monday 29th January 2024.

The Real Greek will deliver an authentic Greek dining experience, serving cold and hot meze, Souvlaki Wraps and Greek salads, as well as sweet Greek treats such as Baklava. Diners will also enjoy a menu of Greek drinks, from Moschofilero to Mavrodaphne wine, Mythos beer, and classic aperitifs such as Tsipouro and Ouzo.

With 162 covers, including 38 outside, the space will be fitted out in The Real Greek’s signature contemporary style, featuring white and blue accents throughout, and a range of Mediterranean-inspired art and photography.

Baltic Completes “Sexy Beast” for Paramount Pictures

By Baltic Company News, Film & TV

Our team at Baltic Broadband really enjoyed working on Paramount’s eagerly awaited original drama series Sexy Beast, which has now been released!

Facilitated by the Liverpool Film Office, the production was filmed across the Liverpool City Region and was the first major tenant at The Depot whereby we’ve installed our 40Gbps Internet & high density WiFi system a few years back.

Working with Paramount Pictures, Baltic provided 247 rush upload locations around the region, On-street WiFi and 40Gbps internet to enable the set and backend production services.

The series stars James McArdle as Gal Dove (Mare of Easttown, Angels in America), Emun Elliott as Don Logan (The Rig, The Gold), Tamsin Greig as Cecilia (Episodes, Friday Night Dinner), Stephen Moyer as Teddy Bass (Shots Fired, True Blood) and Sarah Greene as Deedee Harrison (Bad Sisters, Normal People) and will be available to watch on Paramount+ on 25th January 2024.

The new trailer provides a first glimpse into the origins of Gal and Don’s complicated relationship as they find themselves descending into the seductive madness of the London criminal world during the vibrant and volatile 1990s, while Gal’s budding relationship with DeeDee threatens everything in their world.

Additional cast includes Eliza Bennett (Dynasty), Clea Martin (Hanna), Nicholas Nunn (The Victim), Peter Ferdinando (The Letter For The King), John Dagleish (The Third Day), Robbie Gee (Motherland), Paul Kaye (The Stranger), Lex Shrapnel (Infiniti), Cally Lawrence (Who Is Alice), David Kennedy (Hollyoaks), Julian Rhind-Tutt (Greenwing), Ralph Brown (Godfather of Harlem), Nitin Ganatra (EastEnders) and Alice Bailey Johnson (This Is Going to Hurt).

Sexy Beast is produced by AC Chapter One and Anonymous Content in association with PTIS, the international studio division of Paramount Global.

Michael Caleo, Nicole Clemens, Antony Smith, Michael Scheel, JC Acosta, Alastair Galbraith and David Caffrey are executive producers, along with David Scinto and Louis Mellis, the writers of the original film. The series is distributed by Paramount Global Content Distribution.

Read more ➡ https://www.liverpoolfilmoffice.tv/home/trailer-released-for-paramount-sexy-beast-made-in-liverpool-city-region/

📺 Stream from 25th January on Paramount+

Baltic Broadband Launch LCRDC – Liverpool City Region Data Centres

By Baltic Company News, Data Centre

Baltic Broadband have today launched Liverpool City Region Data Centres (LCRDC) as a separate brand to it’s Broadband business. Previously, offering Data Centre space had been a service that has enhanced customers digital connectivity by allowing them to move their IT hardware outside of their office and into a Data Centre within the Liverpool City Region, while still being connected at LAN speeds and low latency.

Over the last 2 years, the demand for Data Centre space has risen, especially with the high costs of the cloud, more and more businesses are now looking at what they can do to keep their data local to their operations, quite often, just a few street away from their premises.

Baltic is growing it’s data centre locations substantially this coming year and has plans to offer multiple small scale Data Centres that will provide Edge, Micro Colocation across Liverpool, Sefton, Knowsley, St Helen’s, Halton & the Wirral. These new generation of small scale data centres will help enable 5G applications, Media Streaming, Driverless Cars, Drone Deliveries, the Internet of Things, especially with such data centres being installed deep within Communities.

Discover our new dedicated Data Centre website at https://www.lcrdc.co.uk

Featured Customer : Liverpool’s Game Changer: Level Tap

By Baltic Company News, Gaming

Leveltap is a unique bar bringing a base for gaming and esports based in Liverpool One.

Across two levels measuring 6,500 sq ft, Level Tap features a mixture of console booths and lounges containing a PlayStation 5/Xbox Series X and a Nintendo Switch. There is also gaming PC’s and Racing Simulators available and a Streaming stage with top of the line streaming PC’s.

Level tap’s games library caters for a wide range of gamers from the super competitive to the super casual. As an esports venue competitive titles will be the focus, however all genres will be on offer from FPS, Sports and Racing to RPG’s, Strategy and Party.

Leveltap also have a 100+ capacity for live spectating. From esports tournaments – live streams – football. All will be accompanied by a variety of refreshments from cocktails – pizza – sundaes – sides & snacks. View the menus and more on www.leveltap.co.uk

In 2023, Baltic Broadband installed its 10Gbps super low latency broadband Baltic Ping into Level Tap, providing ultra fast speeds with low ping times to game servers around the world.

In addition to connecting Level Tap to our 100Gbps dark fibre network that circles Liverpool One, we connected them to our private games network LCR Play – which connects up various games companies and venues from all around the Liverpool City Region.

Featured Customer: Escape Live! In Liverpool One

By Baltic Company News, Featured Customer

For years, Escape Live struggled with poor performing broadband from the national providers.  After waiting almost 2 years for them to deliver a fast and reliable product, they lost patience and switched to Baltic Broadband.

This time, Gigabit internet was installed within 7 working days, delivered on-time, promises kept and internet speeds exceeded.

Escape Live now enjoys a high performing internet that is monitored and maintained 24/7, delivered by a local business who really cares about it’s customers.

Escape Live! Are connected to Baltic Broadband’s 100Gbps fibre network that circles the Liverpool One estate that connects up a growing number of retailers, offices & hospitality venues, including our new LCR Play network. Read more about our Liverpool One digital network here.

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