Business Broadband


Business Broadband

Our business class broadband offers lower contention ratios, meaning you’re not competing with the kids at home time, as well as optimised for traffic such as VoIP. Where possible we try to only offer fully unlimited downloads with no port blocking or traffic shaping.

When fast means fast!

For companies that require greater and more consistent speeds Leased Lines are the best alternative available. Despite costs dropping considerably over recent years these are far from a ‘cheap’ option but with gauranteed speeds, 4Hr fix times for any fault that occur and symmetric speeds (same speeds for both upload and download).

These are particularly ideal if you are looking to replace existing ISDN telephony with a SIP Trunk.

Below are some of the different types of Leased Lines we are able to offer and generally we can install  and provide a Cisco Router free of charge when signing up on a 3yr contract.  All of these products are subject to survey by an OpenReach engineer.

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Ethernet First Mile (EFM)

Delivering speeds between 2Mbps – 35Mbps

EFM uses traditional copper technology to deliver speeds of upto 35Mbps. Much like with any copper based Internet service, the longer the phone line, the lower the achieveable speeds will be. If you know that speeds will be low we would encourage you to consider the other technology paths.

Generic Ethernet Access (GEA)

Delivering speeds between 8Mbps – 80Mbps

GEA connections rely on Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) technologies being available in your area. GEA utilises this technology to supply speeds of upto 80Mbps on a 1:1 uncontended path, and backed up with a service level agreement.

Fibre Leased Lines

Delivering speeds between 1Mbps – 10Gbps

The ultimate broadband feeds are delivered using fibre connectivity. Distance from the exchange is now no longer an issue, so regardless of where you business is superfast connectivity can be delivered consistently.


Delivering speeds between 10Mbps – 1Gbps

Point to point leased lines provide direct connectivity between one or multiple sites using fibre technology to a local exchange. Files can be passed between sites without touching the Internet.

SuperConnected Cities

Government voucher scheme

In 22 cities across the UK the government is running a £100m scheme designed to get businesses the super-fast broadband connections they need. The vouchers contribute up to £3000 to the installation.