Origin Broadband celebrates five year anniversary

11th January 2016

Award Winning ISP Launches Huge Giveaway to Mark Five Years in Business Doncaster based ISP Origin Broadband is celebrating its fifth year in business this week, having being incorporated on January 10th 2011.

Directors Oliver Bryssau and Henri Wust set out with the mission to bring affordable, reliable, high speed connectivity to customers around the country. The progress of the company over the last five years has shown how that vision has unfolded, with customers now situated in every region of the country, from a wide range of backgrounds; homeowners, businesses, schools, and public sector organisations. To celebrate this important milestone, Origin are giving away £2,500 worth of prizes; including five years of free broadband & line rental, an iPad Mini, virtual reality goggles, and lots of other technological gadgets, all to one lucky winner! It's great to have the opportunity to mark a milestone like this, the fact that half of all start-ups fold within five years make it all the more poignant. I'm very excited to see the response to the prize giveaway, it'll be great to give something back to our customers! Oliver Bryssau, Managing Director The competition is open to everyone and launches on Origin's Facebook page on today (January 11th), and will run for two weeks with the winner being randomly selected from the entrants on January 25th .

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