Dedicated Leased Line
Recommended for businesses who send large files such as designers, architects and video production companies, a leased line will give you your very own fibre connection which you won’t share with anybody else. You’ll have the same upload speed as download speed (up to 10Gbit) and the line also comes with a Guaranteed Service Level Agreement.
EoFTTC (Ethernet over FTTC)
EoFTTC is the next generation on from standard FTTC Broadband. It will give your business Superfast Broadband with an uncontended line, ensuring that the line speed quoted is what you’ll get every day, even at peak times and regardless of how many people are using the internet. The EoFTTC service also has the added bonus of having a Guaranteed Service Level Agreement (SLA) which will assure you of a fix within 7 hours and 24/7 support. An EoFTTC line can generally be installed in 30 working days.
Superfast Broadband (or FTTC, Fibre-to-the-Cabinet)
BT is rolling out 21CN broadband around the country, giving businesses access to fibre broadband with faster speeds. FTTC or ‘Superfast Broadband’ as it is more widely known, uses fibre optic cables to help increase the speed of your broadband connection. The maximum speed is 80Mbps download and 20Mbps upload.
Upgrading your broadband brings real business benefits and can help you to boost your bottom line:
- Increase your profits by offering better services to more satisfied customers
- Improve your customers’ experience with quicker, communication and faster file-sharing
- Reduce software and hardware costs by switching to online data storage solutions
- Enhance communication through online video conferencing and cloud-based information sharing
- Future-proof your business with the latest technology that will meet your customers’ needs now and into the future.
Typical industry-wide installation time for an FTTC connection is 45 working days.
ADSL is the most elementary of connections, running over a standard BT telephone line. This is generally used by businesses where a fibre connection is not physically available.
BT is currently rolling out fibre around the country, so if FTTC is not yet available in your area, we can run your broadband over an ADSL connection. ADSL is the predecessor to FTTC and runs over over a standard BT telephone line. The maximum download speed is 24Mbps and upload 2.5Mbps.
Find out more about connection technology - take a look at BT’s useful video.