Get the connectivity you need

Broadband services provide home workers and small offices with the connectivity they need. Copper (ADSL) services are becoming phased out as part of the Openreach PSTN switch off Fibre based services.

This means home workers and small offices can now benefit from faster speeds through FTTC and FTTP services direct to their door and can choose from standard, superfast and ultrafast options.


Download speeds
of up to 17Mb

  • ADSL
  • ADLS2+
  • SoTAP
  • SoDSL


Download speeds
of up to 30Mb plus

  • FTTC
  • EoFTTC
  • EFM
  • SoGEA


Download speeds
of up to 300Mb plus

  • FTTP
  • Cable
  • G-PON

Maintain guaranteed speeds with Ethernet

An alternative to Broadband is Ethernet, often adopted by businesses looking to maintain guaranteed speeds and to support business critical applications. Unlike Broadband, Ethernet does not suffer the fluctuations in the quality of connection experienced by Broadband users which are caused by contention ratios.

Cloud Connect

Be more connected with Ethernet

Many applications are as reliant on the upload speeds of your connection as they are on the download speeds. Ethernet, along with providing guaranteed speeds, delivers synchronous speeds making it the right choice for those applications.

Ethernet is often adopted by businesses that have many users or want to connect multiple sites. Ethernet connections allow you to manage and prioritise your applications and time-critical activities, with less important applications such as YouTube taking a lower priority.


Synchronous upload / download speeds

  • 100Mb
  • 1Gb
  • 10Gb
  • 100Gb

Specific CDR’s from a min of 10Mb


Low latency wavelength fibre link

  • 1Gb
  • 10Gb
  • 100Gb

IP Transit

Internet transit and hosted AS numbers

  • 1Gb
  • 10Gb
  • 100Gb

Specific CDR’s from a min of 100Mb


Where Ethernet Lite services including EFM (Ethernet First Mile), GEA and EoFTTC (Ethernet over FTTC) are available businesses can benefit from Ethernet speeds over copper.

Fix Time Guarantee

Users of Ethernet services benefit from fix time guarantees, not available on Broadband services, making it a popular choice for businesses who are dependent on the internet for business-critical applications. Direct connect, secure, managed Ethernet services can be provided as a direct connection between premises (Point to Point Ethernet) and from your premises to the internet (Managed Internet Access).