Ultrafast fibre broadband: the advantages of high speed G.fast

Choosing to implement the right form of internet connection can have a big impact, not only on reducing your broadband costs and increasing speed, but also allowing your business to make the best use of the newest technologies available and work in a smarter digital environment.

One of the most flexibleaspects about G.fast is that it is built on existing infrastructure, meaning that there is no need to dig up the road and have new cables installed all the way to your premises. This has changed the way fibre broadband is transmitted, with speeds of more than 300Mbps download and 50Mbps upload, making G.fast a great broadband addition.

Our unlimited 160Mbps and 330Mbps G.fastconnections, covering almost two million postcodes in a selection of UK towns, are perfect for businesses who are otherwise unable to receive FTTP (Fibre to the Premises) and don’t necessarily have the budget to move to an Ethernet product. G.fast will also offer your business speeds almost ten times faster than the UK average, ensuring a ultrafast connection to meet with the growing demands of a 21st century business.

How does Ultrafast broadband work?

With a conventional broadband, the modem connects to the Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer (DSLAM) in a local exchange. Since the closest local exchange can be far away, the signal could have to travel a long way across a copper cable; limiting the connection speeds.

G.fast deploys DSLAM-equipped distribution points, connected to the local network using fibre, bringing the DSLAM even closer to residential and businesses premises (generally within 250 metres).

This allows G.fast to provide:

  • Higher peak speeds than FTTC (fibre) broadband
  • An ideal solution for premises located far away from a fibre street cabinet, where FTTC speeds would be significantly lower than 80 Mbps download and 20 Mbps upload.

What will businesses be able to do with Ultrafast broadband? For your business, G.fast could mean that your staff will be able to do more online at the same time, keeping your company at the digital forefront. Ultrafast broadband will also make your business more efficient (whether you upload content to the cloud, or manage big data), cutting costs and improving your customer experience overall. And finally, businesses can take an optional 7 hur SLA (Service Level Agreement) ensuring business continuity.

UK Areas for G.fast Ultrafast Broadband

Acomb, Addiscombe, Aintree, Ascot, Armley, West Yorkshire, Balham, South London, Bargoed (Cardiff), Barking, Barnsley, Bath Kingsmead, Somerset, Beckenham, Beulah Hill (Croydon), Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire, Blackpool, Bolton, Greater Manchester, Bootle, Bradford, Brierley Hill, West Midlands, Brighton Hove, East Sussex, Broadwell, Canonbury, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Cherry Hinton, Cambridgeshire, Chingford, Chorlton, Manchester, Colchester, Colindale, Dalton in Furness, Daubhill, Deal, Derby, Derbyshire, Donaldson, Edinburgh, Dover, Downloand (Croydon), Earley, Eastbourne, Eastleigh, Eltham, South London, Enfield, Faversham, Felixstowe, Feltham, Forest Hill, Gillingham, Kent, Glasgow Bridgeton, Glasgow Douglas, Glasgow Langside, Godalming, Great Barr, West Midlands, Greenwich, Hamilton, Hammersmith, West London, Harlesden, Hatch End, Healing, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, Hendon, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, Hitchin, Hunslet, West Yorkshire, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, Hyde, Kemptown, Kentish Town, Kenton, Kidbrooke, South London, Leicester Central, Leytonstone, Lincoln, Littlehampton, Liverpool Central, Llanrumney, Lofthouse Gate, West Yorkshire, Lords, Lower Holloway, Luton, Bedfordshire, Malden, Manchester East, Mansfield, Newbury, Berkshire, Newcastle upon Tyne, Newmarket, Suffolk, North Birmingham, Nottinghamshire, Midland (Birmingham), Mill Hill, Moss Side, North Wembley, Northampton, Oldham, Parsons Green, West London, Pendleton, Plympton, Ponders End, Portsmouth North End, Prescot, Primrose hill, Pudsey, West Yorkshire, Purfleet, Rainham, Rochdale, Manchester, Rock Ferry, Rushey Green, Rusholme, Manchester, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, Staylbridge, Stamford, Stoke City, South Clapham, South London, St. Austell, Cornwall, Swansea, Wales, Swindon, Wiltshire, Sydenham (Croydon), Teddington, Tewkesbury, Tranent (South East Scotland), Upper Holloway, Upton Park, East London, Urmston (South Manchester), Wallington, Wandsworth, South London, Waterloo, Wembley, West Kensington, West Wickham, Whitchurch, South Glamorgan, Willesden, Worthing Central.

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