Over the last year, things have been coming together for the father of one. Using his new ultrafast connection, Ian’s been able to manage his finances, look for work and make sure his son as almost no excuses for not finishing his homework!
Unashamedly proud when he talks about his son’s achievements; from starting his Air Cadets career earlier this year, to his love of skateboarding – and Ian’s enjoying learning about these new activities too, bringing the pair even closer together as they stream and learn more about these new father and son hobbies.
But it isn’t just about an ultrafast internet connection. It’s become a valuable tool for connecting with family and friends too. “It’s a blessing really… because it gives him the opportunity to connect with the family who don’t live with us, and his friends who are so, so important.”
Like around 80% of children in the UK, Ian’s son is an avid gamer too – connecting with family and friends over multiple levels of games like Call of Duty and Fortnite.
“Thanks to a high-speed connection, he’s able to have regular contact with family and friend through gaming. He’s very competitive, and says the reliable speed gives him the edge – but as long as he’s happy, for me that’s the most important thing.”
In the face of uncertainty, the father and son duo made a house a home, connected by next-generation technology available at no cost today, but with far reaching benefits for their futures.
Together, they’ve built a home to be proud of, and strengthened their most important connection – the one they have with each other.