Cornish ISP voted UK #1


MacAce, the Mac specialist Internet Services Provider (ISP) based in Cornwall, has been voted the best Internet Service Provider at this years UK Internet Awards. Other finalists were BE, O2, Plusnet and Zen Internet. The ISPAs – the UK Internet industry awards – are unique as they are awarded to people and organisations in the industry by their peers and reflect the broad nature of the service provider sector.

MacAce clinched the Customer Choice award which is voted for by customers. All ISP’s in the country were invited to join the awards where customers could rate them from one to ten based on three simple criteria: Reliability, Customer Service and Value for Money. MacAce scored highest overall and was therefore crowned Best ISP in the category.

 “It’s a remarkable achievement in that a relatively small company from Cornwall can beat every other ISP in the country when it comes to providing a better internet experience for it’s customers. Especially as it’s our customers that have rated our performance.”

Gary Hall, CEO and founder of MacAce.

MacAce was formed in 1996 amidst the first Internet boom with an ardent determination to ensure Mac users had access to the best internet service and support in a world dominated by Windows PC companies. The company is based in Bodmin Cornwall, with networks in London, Bristol, Manchester, New York and Boston. It also has offices in New York and now serves customers around the world with cloud hosting and email services.