Fibre Broadband for Fiskerton and Morton

F4RN – hyperfast, fibre optic broadband to the property

Built by the community, for the community

Construction of the F4RN network started in 2016, and now provides fibre to the properties of over half the residents of Fiskerton and Morton. 

It was built by a team of volunteers with the help of local landowners.

We now have a gigabit (1000 Mbps) network delivering amazing future-proof broadband connections which transform online experience.

F4RN is a non-profit Community Benefit Society (a special form of Limited Company).

If you want to join our community and enjoy the benefits of hyperfast, symmetrical broadband then sign up now.

To sign up or find out more contact us directly at

There’s also more information in the F4RN Brochure

What are we offering?BB Globe

Where trunk fibre is accessible to your property, you will receive a 100% fibre optic connection (“Fibre to the Home” or FTTH).

Elsewhere we will either work with you to examine options and practicality to get a new fibre installed from the nearest node.

How do I get fibre?

If our fibre optic network runs close to your property and a link has been prepared,  getting fibre will involve laying a small duct 7mm diameter to your house.  This guide provide full details of what’s involved and we will be very happy to discuss the installation with you as well as providing advice and support.

What will it cost?

F4RN is a community project managed by volunteers.  Where a link is available near your property customers pay a connection charge of £60 (£50+VAT) which covers the installation and all equipment needed to provide your broadband connection.  As F4RN is a community, volunteer project, householders are expected to help get the ducting across their property.

A map of our network is shown on the F4RN website – The F4RN Network page.

New customers in locations which involve extending the backbone network will be assessed on a feasibility basis, and a quotation provided.  Please contact us to discuss the options.

The monthly subscription by direct debit has remained unchanged since 2016 at £36 (£30 + VAT), monthly in advance.

How do I sign up?


Please contact us at and we will send you information and a contract.

When will I be connected?

We will discuss with you the likely timescale for connection, but as this is a community project we rely on availability of volunteers to arrange the installation.

telephone12What is voice-over-internet?

With  F4RN broadband you no longer need a traditional BT landline or line rental.  You can use your existing phones with a small adapter into your router.  You will can register with a Voice over Internet Phone service (VOIP) such as Vonage, which uses the internet to make your calls. IMPORTANT: a phone using internet will not work in the event of a power cut or loss of signal. You will need an alternative device to contact emergency services. And do share this caution with other users of your phone.

See our “FAQ” for more information about VOIP phones. 

Vonage is possibly the simplest VOIP service, and contracts start from £6.99 a month.  You can usually keep your existing phone number – see FAQs.  Calls to non-premium UK landline numbers are free, and overseas calls significantly cheaper than landline providers.

Vonage Cash-back Offer £££

Vonage is offering F4RN subscribers a cash-back payment of £100 if they keep their Vonage contract for at least 3 months. Use the link below to access the Vonage F4RN page. F4RN does not provide any phone services directly, and we are not affiliated to any VoIP provider. 

Vonage Offer


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