An evolution of the ADSL product ADSL2 and ADSL2+ is delivered on the 21CN network. According to BT these products reach 97% of businesses in the UK and is the only remaining ADSL product in the areas where it is available.
Speeds are restricted by location but can reach up to 24Mbps Download & 1.5Mbps Upload.
If you operate a larger workforce or require a stronger and faster internet connection, you may need Fibre Broadband.
(Fibre to the Cabinet)
FTTC is an internet connection that is based on a combination of fibre optic and copper cable.
It is delivered to your premises via a copper Analogue/PSTN telephone line exactly the same as ADSL is. From the local cabinet or exchange it then uses fibre optic out onto the wider network enabling much faster speeds.
Speeds are restricted by location but can deliver speeds of up to 80Mbps Download and 20Mbps Upload.
(Fibre to the Premises)
FTTP is fibre optic cable installed directly to your premises. This eliminates copper technology altogether to provide stable speeds and a more reliable service.
FTTP is available in a variety of packages at competitive rates up to an Ultrafast 330Mbps Download and 50Mbps Upload.