The internet is the beating heart of your communications function, so it’s our promise to secure you a fast and reliable connection. By partnering with all the major connectivity providers —CityFibre, BT Wholesale, Talk Talk Business, Virgin, Vodafone, Colt, SSE and Glide, we ensure you can choose the right provider, to suit your budget.

With a host of connectivity options available we’re on hand to help you make  the right decision for your business.

  • Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL): Often referred to as basic broadband. ADSL is an entry-level product designed for use at home or in a small office. The technology is based on copper lines and will support speeds of up to 24Mb download and 8Mbps upload.
  • Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC): Commonly known as superfast broadband, FTTC connects to the internet using fibre optic cables that meet with the copper wires of your existing phone line. Another entry-level product, FTTC is widely used in homes and small offices. It brings speeds of up to 80 Mbps download and 20 Mbps upload. While that’s superfast, FTTC is still in the basic broadband bracket.
  • Fibre to the Premises (FTTP): Otherwise known as ultra-fast broadband, FTTP gives you a high-speed connection, guaranteed by a service level agreement. The service is full-fibre and therefore doesn’t use legacy copper cabling at any point throughout the journey. Homes right through to medium-sized businesses can expect download and upload speeds of up to 1 Gbps. That’s ultra-fast.
  • Dedicated Internet Access (DIA): Also known as a leased line, DIA is the perfect solution for medium to large businesses who’d like to choose their guaranteed connection speed. The line’s dedicated, so you’re not sharing your connection with anyone else. Think of it as your private toll road to internet connectivity. You choose the size of your road and how fast you’d like to go.