Unifi will open its first branch in Newcastle on Friday.
The Unifi shop will open at 9am and run from 6am until 11pm.
It is part of the company’s expansion of the Newcastle Local Trade Unions network, which has become a key part of Unifi’s strategy.
Unifi says it will be opening at least one branch every month, with the shop at the centre of a larger network.
Unifi has grown into a major business in the Newcastle area, providing a range of services, from broadband to healthcare, and has a large presence in many local councils, including East Randwick, Redhill and Newcastle City.
The company also has branches in the rest of the South East and South West of England.
While Unifi does not currently operate in the United Kingdom, it is looking to the region to offer services such as broadband and mobile phone services.
However, it has been criticised by unions and the business community for its failure to build a large enough network to meet its customers demands.
“Unifi’s network is currently woefully inadequate to meet our customers demands,” Unifi said in a statement.
“We have the potential to offer an experience that exceeds even our current customers.””
We have the potential to offer an experience that exceeds even our current customers.”