What speeds can you get?

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What is a connectivity report?

A connectivity report allows you to see what broadband speeds you can acheive at an address. Further more, after finding out your results you can use our simple quiz to find out what broadband product is best for you.

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What is ADSL?

Asymmetric digital subscriber line

Unlike FTTC or FTTP, broadband is delivered over a copper line which means that only broadband up to 17Mbps download speed can be provided.

Maximum download speed: 17Mbps
Maximum upload speed: 1.4Mbps

What is FTTC?


A fibre optic line runs from your supplier to the exchange cabinet, then a copper line connects your premises to the exchange.

Maximum download speed: 80Mbps
Maximum upload speed: 20Mbps

What is SOGEA?


SOGEA is almost identical to FTTC, however calls cannot be made via the phone line and so a seperate voice solution is required such as VoIP

Maximum download speed: 80Mbps
Maximum upload speed: 20Mbps

Find out more in this 'What is SOGEA?' article.

What is FTTP?


Unlike FTTC, the broadband is provided over a fibre line and this allows you to get faster broadband speeds of up to 330Mbps.

Maximum download speed: 330Mbps
Maximum upload speed: 50Mbps

Find out more in this 'What is FTTP?' article.

What is a Leased Line?

Leased Line

A leased line is a dedicated, fixed-badwidth connection typically used for businesses looking for broadband with higher speeds than FTTC. Unlike FTTC your bandiwdth is reserved solely for your use and so bandwidth does not fall during peak times.

Maximum download speed: 1Gbps
Maximum upload speed: 1Gbps

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