The very best internet connectivity
We pride ourselves on providing the very best internet connectivity to keep your business operational, be it simple access to email, the ability to run video conferencing, or having your business telephony run over the internet (also known as ‘Voice over IP’ or VoIP).
A comprehensive list of our broadband packages, delivered over ADSL/ADSL+2, FTTC & FTTP.
How does it work?
Broadband and Fibre Broadband explained
Broadband is the common name we give to internet access regardless of the technology that it’s delivered over. If you want to get a bit more technical, basic broadband is delivered over copper wires and is known in the industry as either ADSL or ADSL2+. ADSL2+ is a superior version which provides a more stable connection and slightly quicker speeds.
Fibre Broadband works in essentially the same way, but uses fibre-optic cable to deliver the service. As the signals can travel at the speed of light, both download and upload speeds are significantly quicker than standard broadband. Fibre broadband also comes in two flavours – FTTP (Fibre to the Premises) where the entire connection is fibre-optic cable, or FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) where just a portion of the connection is fibre-optic. For FTTC, the final part of the connection (which runs from the green BT street cabinet to your home) uses standard copper in the same way as ADSL. FTTC is widely available; FTTP is more restricted in its availability but a quick and simple postcode check would determine if it’s available in your area – just ask us.