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Full Fibre Broadband

Superfast broadband connectivity

Download speed
Up to 300Mbps
Upload speed
Up to 20Mbps
Ideal for
Email, internet browsing, IP telephony services, video conferencing and uploading data.
Typical use
Small to Medium Enterprises (SME)
What's included?
Fibre broadband (FTTP) service
Unlimited download usage (subject to fair use policy)
Static IP address
Line rental (if required)
Router (optional)
At a glance
Delivered over FibreDelivered over Fibre
Unlimited DownloadUnlimited Download
Low CostLow Cost
How does it work?

Our Unlimited Full Fibre Broadband is also known as Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) and uses a fibre connection from your premises to the nearest street cabinet and then fibre connectivity to the nearest exchange where traffic is then delivered over the broadband network.

As a full fibre product, this service can deliver a step change in speed with a maximum download of 300Mbps and upload 20Mbps.  Before you buy we will check what speeds may be available at your premises.

Full Fibre Broadband (FTTP) is not available in all areas, just ask NTE for a postcode check.  It is a contended service, which means that bandwidth may be shared with other users, but with such a step change in speed it is unlikely that most businesses will find this an issue.  If your internet connection is business critical you may wish to look at an uncontended service like EoFTTC, EFM, GPON or Ethernet (Leased Line), which provide service guarantees.

How does it compare?
Time to deliver
Time in average working days
10Business Broadband
11Fibre Broadband
15Full Fibre Broadband
18EoFTTC
35EFM
45GPON
57Ethernet
Does it tick your boxes?
 
  • Widely available
  • Service delivered over
  • Symmetrical service (same speed up and down)
  • Uncontended (bandwidth not shared)
  • Service guarantee
  • Target fix time
  • Subject to site survey
  • Business Broadband
    • Copper
  • Fibre Broadband
    • Partial Fibre
  • Full Fibre Broadband
    • Fibre
  • EoFTTC
    • Partial Fibre
    • 9 hours
  • EFM
    • Copper
    • 9 hours
  • GPON
    • Ethernet
    • Connection protected
    • 9 hours
  • Ethernet (Leased Line)
    • Ethernet
    • 6 hours
Want to know more?

Our experts are on hand to help you choose the right connectivity for your business.  They will take the time to understand your usage,  check availability and speeds at your premises and guide you through pricing and those all important service levels. Once you have all of the information to hand you can be confident you have made the right decision.

Contact us for pricing and availability

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