SUPER FAST INTERNET
Superfast broadband is a quicker download and smoother streaming. Superfast broadband is just Fibre Broadband Relying on the existing Fibre to The Cabinet (FTTC) and simply describes any broadband service that offers speeds of more than 24Mbps. About 80% of UK households can now get superfast broadband via fibre optic cables.
Broadband is measured in megabits per second. The higher the number you subscribe, the faster your internet downloads and uploads no more streaming and web pages slowing down. Superfast broadband is delivered over fibre-optic cables that are purpose-built to handle data transmission, it offers for far greater speeds than copper wiring.
Why do you need superfast broadband?
Here are the reasons why you should upgrade to superfast broadband:
- Fast, stable and reliable: This means quicker downloads and smoother streaming of video and music, no stalling or drop outs. No time wasted in waiting, all time spent in surfing. Superfast Broadband simplifies watching high-definition videos and making video calls and playing games.
- One connection serves all family members: everyone in the house can now surf, stream at the same time. Also more devices can be connected For example, smartphones camera s tablets, Laptops, PCs and smart TVs can all be connected at the same time.
What is GFast and how does it work?
G.Fast is the newest and fastest broadband as at today, It is the improved version of Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC). End users can now achieve speeds up to four times faster than traditional FTTC broadband. The maximum speed obtainable from FTTC broadband is only up to 80mb download, but G.Fast increases this to up to 330mb download. Before now, the only way to get faster internet was to get Fibre To The Home which was not available to all homes. Most homes now stand a chance to enjoy fast speed internet.
Can I get G.Fast now?
If you are interested in getting G.fast internet, click here to see our tariffs
Super Fast Broadband
Please note that all prices quoted in this website are VAT exclusive, which may be added at the UK standard rate.