get ready for
full fibre broadband

Ogi’s full fibre broadband is coming to Maesteg, Pencoed and Porthcawl. Get ready to go ultrafast!
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Shwmae, Bridgend County Borough

We’re Ogi. Wales’s home-grown broadband company, here to power-up communities like Caerau, Cwmfelin, Garth, Llangynwyd, Maesteg, Nantyffyllon, Pencoed and Porthcawl with our ultrafast full fibre broadband. It’s next generation stuff, ready to keep you working, entertained and connected in your community. Starting at 200Mbps download speeds our Ogi’s service is ultrafast and ultra-reliable.

The full fibre advantage

We’re bringing fibre power right to the door – bypassing those little connections and installing a brand new broadband network ready for all the streaming you could ever wish for, today and well into the future.

Building a full fibre network takes a lot of planning, some digging and sometimes a little disruption. But don’t worry, if we need to work in your street, it should only take a few weeks and, once it’s in, your full fibre network is capable of being up-cycled continually, so you won’t be seeing our diggers again for a very long time (unless we need to quickly repair something, of course).

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Community is at the heart of all we do

Our connection goes way beyond broadband. We want to root ourselves among the people and communities we serve. We do this by employing people locally, investing around £5million in each town we bring full fibre connectivity to and supporting local groups, from sports clubs and coffee mornings to radio stations and everything in-between.

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Meet Louise, your Community Liaison Officer

When Louise isn’t enjoying a cuppa and a chat about all things Ogi in a local coffee shop, she can be found out in the great outdoors. You will mostly find her out on the water paddle-boarding, or braving the cold water wild swimming in the sea or local lake. On dry land Louise explores Wales on two feet, walking and hiking on a regular basis.

“Big things have small beginnings, sir.”

#DYK: Parts of the 1962 box office hit Lawrence of Arabia, were filmed on the borough’s Merthyr Mawr sand dunes? Honest – it’s amazing what you can find on the internet, right? *Source: History Points