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Fibre is the future.

The UK has a large network of green street cabinets that are fibre enabled.

These offer a readily available fibre connection that your business can take advantage of.

Your local fibre.

More businesses have fibre than ever before, with 95% of UK premises covered.

There is also increasing availability in rural areas, across Somerset and the South West, with a possible speed increase of 250%.

Why is fibre so good?

A faster, more reliable and cost effective alternative to ADSL.


Fibre is becoming more readily available across the UK.


Download speeds are averaging around 65mbps download for our customers.


Upload speeds of around 10mbps, our clients benefit from our super fast fibre.


Our fibre packages are cost effective and available for businesses of any size.


Fibre broadband is being implemented, with a stronger connection than ADSL.

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Here's the technical bit.

There are 2 main types of fibre, FTTC and FTTP.

Fibre to the cabinet: FTTC

Fibre to the cabinet is the most common and readily available type of fibre broadband connection. Also known as FTTC, fibre to the cabinet consists of two stages in its journey to your business. The first step of this journey is the fibre connection from the telephone exchange to your local cabinet. This could be at the end of your road. This is a dedicated fibre line that delivers superfast speeds to your cabinet - your cab may have a 'superfast fibre' sticker on it.

From the cabinet to your premises is copper cable. This cable connects your business to the internet but can be affected by its length. If you're further away from the green street cabinet, then your speeds will be slower than if you were right next to it. Over shorter distances, this is not noticeable, however if you are far away from your local cabinet, it may be worth considering the other type of fibre, FTTP.

Fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) diagram
Fibre to the Premises: FTTP

Fibre to the premises is a less common type of fibre broadband connection, but offers much faster speeds than FTTC. Where fibre to the cabinet has two types of cable connecting your business to the internet, FTTP only has one: a fibre optic cable. This fibre cable initially starts out on the same path as that of an FTTC connection, from the telephone exchange to your local street cabinet, most likely located at the end of your road.

The main difference from FTTC is the final method of delivery - from the cabinet to your premises. With fibre to the premises, a fibre optic cable runs from the cabinet to your premises. This fibre connection is shared with other premises around you, for a dedicated connection, you may be interested in a leased line.

Fibre to the premises (FTTP) diagram

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We offer businesses a range of fibre packages.

Mighty Fibre
Up to...
40 Mbps
10 Mbps
Monster Fibre
Up to...
80 Mbps
20 Mbps
Mammoth Fibre
Up to...
160 Mbps
30 Mbps
Monumental Fibre
Up to...
330 Mbps
50 Mbps
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