FTTP

Fibre broadband is a newer type of broadband which uses fibre optic cables to help increase the speed of your broadband connection. Fiber 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.

 

Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) involves running fibre optic cables from the telephone exchange to your premises, which is where the name comes from.

 

*We provide FTTP nationwide but the product we can provide is dependant on your location. To find out what products are available at your premises contact us

Usage Allowance

Static IP

IP Range

12 Month Contract

FTTP 40/10
£37.50*

Per month

£75 Connection

Unlimited

Additional Cost

Usage Allowance

Static IP

IP Range

12 Month Contract

FTTP 80/20
£41.50*

Per month

£75 Connection

Unlimited

Additional Cost

Usage Allowance

Static IP

IP Range

12 Month Contract

FTTP 160/30
£49.99*

Per month

£75 Connection

Unlimited

Additional Cost

Usage Allowance

Static IP

IP Range

12 Month Contract

FTTP 330/50
£62.50*

Per month

£75 Connection

Unlimited

Additional Cost

Usage Allowance

Static IP

IP Range

12 Month Contract

Benefits

Faster

The download and upload speeds are faster than are available via traditional ADSL broadband

Stable

Fibre broadband is much more stable than traditional ADSL broadband

Hosting

It may be possible with the increased bandwidth to replace expensive software licenses with cloud based systems instead

Cost Effective

FTTP is an attractive alternative to an EFM or Leased line. Depending on your requirements you may be able to opt for FTTP and get the speed you need more cost effectively

IP address

As a business we automatically give you a Static IP address. So whether you want to do anything from accessing your systems remotely to running an FTP server the broadband is ready for it

Future Proof

The speed of the broadband is limited only by the exchange equipment and not by the fibre itself, making this technology future proof