Broadband technology explained

Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) extends the use of fibre optic cable from the exchange to the green boxes (cabinets) you see in the street. In many locations the distance between you and the cabinet can be considerable. And if your cabinet serves a lot of properties or you share with many other people, you can end up with a poor service.

Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) takes the fibre optic cable as far as your home or workplace. This provides most users with more than enough speed well into the future – but connecting a fibre optic cable to every property is expensive and can be disruptive.

Wireless internet Service Providers (WISP) – that’s us – have fibre optic cables going to our masts and then beam the signal to your property. This wireless signal doesn’t degrade like copper cables do and there’s no interference. The only limitation is that we have to be able to get our signal to you. Check our coverage map to see if you could benefit and give our 30 day money back guarantee a go.


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