Broadband & Internet
Option 1 - leased line
A leased line is delivered over fibre cable. Wherever you are located, a leased line can be installed. As an established business internet provider, we can supply speeds from 10mbps up to 10,000mbps. A leased line offers the same download and upload speed. As your business grows, you can increase the internet speed at any time. For example, a quick jump from 100mbps to 10,000mbps.
Undoubtedly, a leased line is the very best internet service available. It offers any internet speed, 99.999% uptime guarantee, 5-hour fix in the event of a failure and 365-day support. A leased line is a dedicated connection; meaning the speed you purchase remains the same at all times. This is unlike standard broadband which fluctuates.
Option 2 - fibre to the premise
Fibre to the premise offers speeds up to 1000mbps+. Unlike a leased line, this service is only available at designated locations around the UK. The service is delivered entirely over fibre cable. We can run a check to see if this service is available. We just need to know your postcode.
Option 3 - fibre to the cabinet
Fibre to the cabinet also known as FTTC or Infinity, offers a part fibre part copper cable service. This gives you speeds up to 80Mbps. Contact us to enquire today. As a trusted business internet provider, we can advise on all the options available to you.
Option 4 - 4G internet
4G internet is a very quick and easy way to increase your internet speeds. Especially in rural locations with good mobile signal coverage, 4G can give you up to 50Mbps speed. However, this is dependant on your location and also the demand for the mobile mast. (How many people are using the mast at any given time.) 4G speeds will fluctuate and it is not a guaranteed speed service. However, customers using 4G have seen an average increase of 600% in download speeds! We can supply you with one of our 4G routers. If you want the ultimate 4G signal strength, we can install outdoor 4G antennas pointed towards the nearest mobile mast. External antennas are recommended. Your internal home & office walls can block the signal – especially in older properties.
Option 5 - ADSL2+
ADSL2+ is one of the most common internet services. It is available pretty much everywhere in the UK. ADSL2+ offers speeds of 24Mbps over copper cable. Speeds are distance dependant from your location to the nearest BT local exchange. As local business internet providers, we can counsel if this option is right for you.
The need for speed! What service is right for you
Leased line - available everywhere
Up to 10,000Mbps
Fibre to the premise - location dependant service
Up to 1,000Mbps
Fibre to the cabinet - location dependant service
Up to 80Mbps
4G internet - location dependant service
Up to 50Mbps
ADSL2+ - location dependant service
Up to 24Mbps
ADSL - location dependant service
Up to 8Mbps
We have the ability to bond up to 4 broadband connections together. This means you get 2-4 times your current speed. For example, say you currently get 40Mbps. We can transform this into 160Mbps by using our 4x bonding method.
We can bond 2,3 or 4 broadband connections together. They must be ADSL2+ or Fibre to the cabinet internet.
If you currently have broadband installed, we can utilise the existing broadband and install additional broadband. If you would like to do a broadband speed test to see how fast your current internet is – click on this link.
Load Balanced internet
Load balancing is used to spread your internet load over 2 internet connections. The internet connections could even be a mix of 4G and fibre or even 2 fibre broadbands.
This method will not increase your internet speed. However, it will help you maintain the level of your maximum speed. This is because the load is shared evenly over two internet connections as opposed to one. As we all know, any internet connection speed is not infinite. It has a limit to the amount of load it can take. For example, if you only have one internet connection and you download a large file this may then make it impossible to stream a video at the same time. Load balancing allows the large file download to be spread over both internet connections. This alleviates the load and allows you to also stream a video at the same time.