Broadband & Internet

Internet connections come in many shapes and styles, the most common of these are ADSL, over wise known as “broadband” and FTTC, over wise known as “VDSL”, “Fibre” or “Infinity”.

Full details on names and terminologies are listed at the bottom of the page.

Products & Packages

The packages we offer are varied and supplied across both BT or TalkTalk’s infrastructure to provide the best stability and service possible
For more information on our packages please see the brochures below.
(Currently being updated due to network offering changes)

Connection Terminology and Glossary

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ADSL / ADSL2+ – Asymmetric digital subscriber line – A data communications technology that enables faster data transmission over copper telephone, this technology is often referred to as “Broadband”.

VDSL – Very-high-bit-rate digital subscriber line – Next generation of ADSL with faster speeds, this is commonly known in the UK as “BT Infinity” or “Fibre”.

FTTC – Fibre to the Cabinet – This is a descriptive term for VDSL that explains that the connection from the telephone exchange to the local telephone cabinet is a fibre optic cable instead of standard copper cable.

FTTP – Fibre to the Premise – This is a descriptive term for a fibre optic connection that goes directly from the telephone exchange to the local telephone cabinet, and then from cabinet to premise (be that home or office).

EFM – Ethernet in the first mile – A method of transmitting Ethernet communications and speed over telephone cables.

Lease Line – A style of connection that is dedicated to just you that goes to and from your required locations