There are a number of different broadband technologies in the UK. Traditional broadband, ADSL and ADSL2+, split a telephone line into separate voice and data channels, allowing you to make a phone call while using the Internet at the same time. ADSL offers speeds of up to 8Mbps (Megabits per second) download and up to 832Kbps (Kilobits per second) upload. ADSL2+ offers speeds of up to 24Mbps download and up to 1.4Mbps upload.


Fibre broadband is a newer type of broadband which uses fibre optic cables to help increase the speed of your broadband connection. Fibre optic cables are able to carry a lot more data than copper cables, especially over long distances. It is often referred to as ‘super-fast broadband’ or ‘next-generation broadband’ as it offers faster speeds than have been available to date using previous technologies.


Depending on where you are in the country and how close you are to the local telephone exchange, will depend on what products are available to you. Contact us and we can advise what the best product is for you.


Traditional Broadband – Being replaced by FTTC/FTTP

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Fibre to the Cabinet Broadband

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Fibre to the Premises Broadband

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G.Fast Superfast Broadband

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