Ultrafast Broadband

A brand new connectivity service providing incredible bandwidth/speeds at affordable prices.


Ultrafast (FTTP and G.Fast) is the next generation in Broadband Technologies. Ideal for budget-conscious schools requiring high-speed, high-quality broadband. Fibre not always necessary.

Key Benefits

FTTP Delivers speeds in increments up to 1,000Mbps (1Gbps)

That’s a ten-fold speed increase for less than the cost of a 100Mbps Leased Line

FTTP allows full migration of multiple school services to the cloud

And supports full deployment of one-to-one devices throughout a whole school

Ideal as a back-up to your main leased line service

Fibre not always required. Speeds up to 330Mbps can be achieved with G.Fast ultrafast technology

10Gbps leased lines also available at new lower prices

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For more information please call
01133 222 333
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    How It Works

    Unlike a traditional FTTC connection where fibre runs only as far as the street cabinet, FTTP, or Fibre to the Premises, uses fibre connecting directly to your school or MAT. This provides what is known as Gigabit capable broadband.

    The G.Fast service terminates fibre at the local BT street cabinet, then from there runs copper to your school. A pod fitted to the side of the cabinet alters the speed frequencies of the copper connection, increasing speeds through the copper cable up to 350Mbps.

    Maximum speeds

    FTTP: Increments up to 1Gbps/1000Mbps download | 50Mbps upload

    G.Fast: Up to 330Mbps download | 115Mbps upload

    Install Time: Can be as little as 30 days

    For more information please call
    01133 222 333
    or click here to get in touch.

    Trusted by over 2,000 customers

    “From a security perspective, the single most impressive feature of the Schools Broadband hosted firewall service, is the amount of control we have of it on site… we have almost as much control as if we owned the firewall on-site. If we had to ring support every time we wanted a policy change, it would be a non-starter.”

    David Ryder, IT Director

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