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We are dedicated to providing our customers with brilliant broadband products. If your current ISP is letting you down and you’re not getting the service that you were told you would get then migrate to us for free.

In the unlikely event that we can’t improve your broadband service you are free to move away from us, at any time. We won’t hold you to contract.

Please see below for our range of Broadband products. They are all subject to availability in your area. Please use the availability checker above to check which products are available in your area. ( All prices exclude VAT )

FTTC 40:10 Free Install
Price Breakdown
FTTC: £21.66
Line Rental: £11.67
£33.33
per month
including line rental
  • FTTC 40:10 – Up to 40Mbps down and up to 10Mbps up. Free Wireless Router – 12 Month contract. £33.33 includes BT phone line
  • FTTC Installation is FREE. If you don’t have a BT phone line you will need one at an installation cost of £79. If you already have a BT phone line we can migrate this to us for FREE.
  • If you already have FTTC with another provider we can migrate you for free.

The following broadband products are available. All of our products come with Unlimited bandwidth and free static IP address(es). We own and operate our own network and have complete control over your connection. We don’t traffic shape, contend, or block any ports.

  1. Super-fast Broadband – FTTC – Fibre-to-the-cabinet. This is rapidly replacing standard ADSL and is delivered via fibre to a green street cabinet with the last leg to your premises delivered on copper. As the Because the copper run is much shorter than traditional ADSL (where the copper goes from your premises back to the exchange you can get much faster speeds – Up to 80Mbps down and 20Mbps up can be achieved depending on the distance from the cabinet.
  2. Ultra-fast Broadband – FTTP – Fibre-to-the-premises. FTTP differs from FTTC as the delivery mechanism is fibre all the way to your premises. FTTP can deliver 330Mbps down and 50Mbps up.
  3. Ultra-fast Broadband – G.fast – similar to FTTC but operates at a different part of the spectrum. Delivery mechanism for the last leg is over copper and can deliver speeds of up to 1000Mbps down and 220Mbps up but will only work over much shorter copper runs (ideally less than 350 metres).
  4. ADSL2 Broadband– Offers speeds of up to 24Mbps down and 1.4Mbps up. Delivered over copper from your premises to the exchange. Rapidly being replaced by FTTC.
  1. Use our live broadband order checker at the top of the page to find out what broadband you can get.
  2. Order your selected broadband product.
  3. Sit back, relax, and let us do the rest.

We clearly state that all our services are supplied at the fastest speed that your line will support and any one wanting to know a predicted speed for their service should either contact us and / or make use of our broadband checker.

We monitor every broadband line for latency and speed every second your line is connected. This enables us to be proactive about ensuring your broadband experience is the best that it can be, based on the quality of your phone line and distance from the exchange.

We will take speed and quality fault reports seriously. We will consider the access speed (DSL sync) and BRAS rate (in BT) and actual achieved throughput. We will consider packet loss and latency. We will consider previous performance and the original estimates quoted. We will advise you where we think you can improve your equipment or wiring. We will pursue fault reports with carriers where we think they are the cause of a fault. We will rectify faults that are within our control. We will offer any advice we can where there are matters beyond our control. We ask you to give us a chance to rectify issues, but if we cannot resolve the matter within 30 days you can immediately migrate broadband service to another provider with no penalty. We don’t restrict this offer to the first few months of your service with us.

We will analyse our monitoring to identify congestion and quality issues in both the carrier networks and our connections to the carrier networks. We will work closely with carriers to promptly identify and rectify issues in their network by any means necessary.

We aim that our network is never a cause of any slowdown or bottleneck however, there are maximum capacities within our connections to our wholesale partners. We monitor and manage these very closely, however it is not possible to adjust this capacity instantly to accommodate short increases in traffic demands, such as for streamed sporting events or major breaking news. To allow us to handle these situations to ensure that the impact of any congestion is minimised, we use a traffic shaper to drop the largest packets when we hit our bandwidth capacity. This allows us to ensure that small packets such as VoIP and DNS queries keep moving, while streaming traffic or other TCP based data is dropped and requires re-transmitting.

We are looking to be able to provide you with more data about your connection on a ‘self service’ basis from our portal, however until this data is available like this, please feel free to contact us when ever you wish to request line data or to ask any other question you might have.

Is your current ISP letting you down? Are you not getting the speeds that the BT checker says you should get? If you have reported these problems to your current ISP and are not seeing any resolution to your broadband issues then please contact us. We pride ourselves on being able to resolve these frustrating problems. On the rare occasion that we cannot improve things for you, we will migrate you, free of charge, to another provider.

FTTC 80:20 Free Install
Price Breakdown
FTTC: £30.00
Line Rental: £11.67
£41.67
per month
including line rental
  • FTTC 80:20 – Up to 80Mbps down and up to 20Mbps up. Free Wireless Router – 12 Month contract. £41.67 includes BT phone line
  • FTTC Installation is FREE. If you don’t have a BT phone line you will need one at an installation cost of £79. If you already have a BT phone line we can migrate this to us for FREE.
  • If you already have FTTC with another provider we can migrate you for free.

The following broadband products are available. All of our products come with Unlimited bandwidth and free static IP address(es). We own and operate our own network and have complete control over your connection. We don’t traffic shape, contend, or block any ports.

  1. Super-fast Broadband – FTTC – Fibre-to-the-cabinet. This is rapidly replacing standard ADSL and is delivered via fibre to a green street cabinet with the last leg to your premises delivered on copper. As the Because the copper run is much shorter than traditional ADSL (where the copper goes from your premises back to the exchange you can get much faster speeds – Up to 80Mbps down and 20Mbps up can be achieved depending on the distance from the cabinet.
  2. Ultra-fast Broadband – FTTP – Fibre-to-the-premises. FTTP differs from FTTC as the delivery mechanism is fibre all the way to your premises. FTTP can deliver 330Mbps down and 50Mbps up.
  3. Ultra-fast Broadband – G.fast – similar to FTTC but operates at a different part of the spectrum. Delivery mechanism for the last leg is over copper and can deliver speeds of up to 1000Mbps down and 220Mbps up but will only work over much shorter copper runs (ideally less than 350 metres).
  4. ADSL2 Broadband– Offers speeds of up to 24Mbps down and 1.4Mbps up. Delivered over copper from your premises to the exchange. Rapidly being replaced by FTTC.
  1. Use our live broadband order checker at the top of the page to find out what broadband you can get.
  2. Order your selected broadband product.
  3. Sit back, relax, and let us do the rest.

We clearly state that all our services are supplied at the fastest speed that your line will support and any one wanting to know a predicted speed for their service should either contact us and / or make use of our broadband checker.

We monitor every broadband line for latency and speed every second your line is connected. This enables us to be proactive about ensuring your broadband experience is the best that it can be, based on the quality of your phone line and distance from the exchange.

We will take speed and quality fault reports seriously. We will consider the access speed (DSL sync) and BRAS rate (in BT) and actual achieved throughput. We will consider packet loss and latency. We will consider previous performance and the original estimates quoted. We will advise you where we think you can improve your equipment or wiring. We will pursue fault reports with carriers where we think they are the cause of a fault. We will rectify faults that are within our control. We will offer any advice we can where there are matters beyond our control. We ask you to give us a chance to rectify issues, but if we cannot resolve the matter within 30 days you can immediately migrate broadband service to another provider with no penalty. We don’t restrict this offer to the first few months of your service with us.

We will analyse our monitoring to identify congestion and quality issues in both the carrier networks and our connections to the carrier networks. We will work closely with carriers to promptly identify and rectify issues in their network by any means necessary.

We aim that our network is never a cause of any slowdown or bottleneck however, there are maximum capacities within our connections to our wholesale partners. We monitor and manage these very closely, however it is not possible to adjust this capacity instantly to accommodate short increases in traffic demands, such as for streamed sporting events or major breaking news. To allow us to handle these situations to ensure that the impact of any congestion is minimised, we use a traffic shaper to drop the largest packets when we hit our bandwidth capacity. This allows us to ensure that small packets such as VoIP and DNS queries keep moving, while streaming traffic or other TCP based data is dropped and requires re-transmitting.

We are looking to be able to provide you with more data about your connection on a ‘self service’ basis from our portal, however until this data is available like this, please feel free to contact us when ever you wish to request line data or to ask any other question you might have.

Is your current ISP letting you down? Are you not getting the speeds that the BT checker says you should get? If you have reported these problems to your current ISP and are not seeing any resolution to your broadband issues then please contact us. We pride ourselves on being able to resolve these frustrating problems. On the rare occasion that we cannot improve things for you, we will migrate you, free of charge, to another provider.

FTTP 40:10 Install £50
Fibre delivered straight to your premises
£30.00
per month
  • FTTP 40:10 – Up to 40Mbps down and up to 10Mbps up. £50 install. Free Wireless Router – 12 Month contract.

The following broadband products are available. All of our products come with Unlimited bandwidth and free static IP address(es). We own and operate our own network and have complete control over your connection. We don’t traffic shape, contend, or block any ports.

  1. Super-fast Broadband – FTTC – Fibre-to-the-cabinet. This is rapidly replacing standard ADSL and is delivered via fibre to a green street cabinet with the last leg to your premises delivered on copper. As the Because the copper run is much shorter than traditional ADSL (where the copper goes from your premises back to the exchange you can get much faster speeds – Up to 80Mbps down and 20Mbps up can be achieved depending on the distance from the cabinet.
  2. Ultra-fast Broadband – FTTP – Fibre-to-the-premises. FTTP differs from FTTC as the delivery mechanism is fibre all the way to your premises. FTTP can deliver 330Mbps down and 50Mbps up.
  3. Ultra-fast Broadband – G.fast – similar to FTTC but operates at a different part of the spectrum. Delivery mechanism for the last leg is over copper and can deliver speeds of up to to 1000Mbps down and 220Mbps up but will only work over much shorter copper runs (ideally less than 350 metres).
  4. ADSL2 Broadband– Offers speeds of up to 24Mbps down and 1.4Mbps up. Delivered over copper from your premises to the exchange. Rapidly being replaced by FTTC.
  1. Use our live broadband order checker at the top of the page to find out what broadband you can get.
  2. Order your selected broadband product.
  3. Sit back, relax, and let us do the rest.

We clearly state that all our services are supplied at the fastest speed that your line will support and any one wanting to know a predicted speed for their service should either contact us and / or make use of our broadband checker.

We monitor every broadband line for latency and speed every second your line is connected. This enables us to be proactive about ensuring your broadband experience is the best that it can be, based on the quality of your phone line and distance from the exchange.

We will take speed and quality fault reports seriously. We will consider the access speed (DSL sync) and BRAS rate (in BT) and actual achieved throughput. We will consider packet loss and latency. We will consider previous performance and the original estimates quoted. We will advise you where we think you can improve your equipment or wiring. We will pursue fault reports with carriers where we think they are the cause of a fault. We will rectify faults that are within our control. We will offer any advice we can where there are matters beyond our control. We ask you to give us a chance to rectify issues, but if we cannot resolve the matter within 30 days you can immediately migrate broadband service to another provider with no penalty. We don’t restrict this offer to the first few months of your service with us.

We will analyse our monitoring to identify congestion and quality issues in both the carrier networks and our connections to the carrier networks. We will work closely with carriers to promptly identify and rectify issues in their network by any means necessary.

We aim that our network is never a cause of any slowdown or bottleneck however, there are maximum capacities within our connections to our wholesale partners. We monitor and manage these very closely, however it is not possible to adjust this capacity instantly to accommodate short increases in traffic demands, such as for streamed sporting events or major breaking news. To allow us to handle these situations to ensure that the impact of any congestion is minimised, we use a traffic shaper to drop the largest packets when we hit our bandwidth capacity. This allows us to ensure that small packets such as VoIP and DNS queries keep moving, while streaming traffic or other TCP based data is dropped and requires re-transmitting.

We are looking to be able to provide you with more data about your connection on a ‘self service’ basis from our portal, however until this data is available like this, please feel free to contact us when ever you wish to request line data or to ask any other question you might have.

Is your current ISP letting you down? Are you not getting the speeds that the BT checker says you should get? If you have reported these problems to your current ISP and are not seeing any resolution to your broadband issues then please contact us. We pride ourselves on being able to resolve these frustrating problems. On the rare occasion that we cannot improve things for you, we will migrate you, free of charge, to another provider.

FTTP 80:20 Install £50
Fibre delivered straight to your premises
£39.00
per month
  • FTTP 80:20 – Up to 80Mbps down and up to 20Mbps up. £50 install. Free Wireless Router – 12 Month contract.

The following broadband products are available. All of our products come with Unlimited bandwidth and free static IP address(es). We own and operate our own network and have complete control over your connection. We don’t traffic shape, contend, or block any ports.

  1. Super-fast Broadband – FTTC – Fibre-to-the-cabinet. This is rapidly replacing standard ADSL and is delivered via fibre to a green street cabinet with the last leg to your premises delivered on copper. As the Because the copper run is much shorter than traditional ADSL (where the copper goes from your premises back to the exchange you can get much faster speeds – Up to 80Mbps down and 20Mbps up can be achieved depending on the distance from the cabinet.
  2. Ultra-fast Broadband – FTTP – Fibre-to-the-premises. FTTP differs from FTTC as the delivery mechanism is fibre all the way to your premises. FTTP can deliver 330Mbps down and 50Mbps up.
  3. Ultra-fast Broadband – G.fast – similar to FTTC but operates at a different part of the spectrum. Delivery mechanism for the last leg is over copper and can deliver speeds of up to 1000Mbps down and 220Mbps up but will only work over much shorter copper runs (ideally less than 350 metres).
  4. ADSL2 Broadband– Offers speeds of up to 24Mbps down and 1.4Mbps up. Delivered over copper from your premises to the exchange. Rapidly being replaced by FTTC.
  1. Use our live broadband order checker at the top of the page to find out what broadband you can get.
  2. Order your selected broadband product.
  3. Sit back, relax, and let us do the rest.

We clearly state that all our services are supplied at the fastest speed that your line will support and any one wanting to know a predicted speed for their service should either contact us and / or make use of our broadband checker.

We monitor every broadband line for latency and speed every second your line is connected. This enables us to be proactive about ensuring your broadband experience is the best that it can be, based on the quality of your phone line and distance from the exchange.

We will take speed and quality fault reports seriously. We will consider the access speed (DSL sync) and BRAS rate (in BT) and actual achieved throughput. We will consider packet loss and latency. We will consider previous performance and the original estimates quoted. We will advise you where we think you can improve your equipment or wiring. We will pursue fault reports with carriers where we think they are the cause of a fault. We will rectify faults that are within our control. We will offer any advice we can where there are matters beyond our control. We ask you to give us a chance to rectify issues, but if we cannot resolve the matter within 30 days you can immediately migrate broadband service to another provider with no penalty. We don’t restrict this offer to the first few months of your service with us.

We will analyse our monitoring to identify congestion and quality issues in both the carrier networks and our connections to the carrier networks. We will work closely with carriers to promptly identify and rectify issues in their network by any means necessary.

We aim that our network is never a cause of any slowdown or bottleneck however, there are maximum capacities within our connections to our wholesale partners. We monitor and manage these very closely, however it is not possible to adjust this capacity instantly to accommodate short increases in traffic demands, such as for streamed sporting events or major breaking news. To allow us to handle these situations to ensure that the impact of any congestion is minimised, we use a traffic shaper to drop the largest packets when we hit our bandwidth capacity. This allows us to ensure that small packets such as VoIP and DNS queries keep moving, while streaming traffic or other TCP based data is dropped and requires re-transmitting.

We are looking to be able to provide you with more data about your connection on a ‘self service’ basis from our portal, however until this data is available like this, please feel free to contact us when ever you wish to request line data or to ask any other question you might have.

Is your current ISP letting you down? Are you not getting the speeds that the BT checker says you should get? If you have reported these problems to your current ISP and are not seeing any resolution to your broadband issues then please contact us. We pride ourselves on being able to resolve these frustrating problems. On the rare occasion that we cannot improve things for you, we will migrate you, free of charge, to another provider.

FTTP 160:30 Install £50
Fibre delivered straight to your premises
£45.00
per month
  • FTTP 160:30 – Up to 160Mbps down and up to 30Mbps up. £50 install. Free Wireless Router – 12 Month contract.

The following broadband products are available. All of our products come with Unlimited bandwidth and free static IP address(es). We own and operate our own network and have complete control over your connection. We don’t traffic shape, contend, or block any ports.

  1. Super-fast Broadband – FTTC – Fibre-to-the-cabinet. This is rapidly replacing standard ADSL and is delivered via fibre to a green street cabinet with the last leg to your premises delivered on copper. As the Because the copper run is much shorter than traditional ADSL (where the copper goes from your premises back to the exchange you can get much faster speeds – Up to 80Mbps down and 20Mbps up can be achieved depending on the distance from the cabinet.
  2. Ultra-fast Broadband – FTTP – Fibre-to-the-premises. FTTP differs from FTTC as the delivery mechanism is fibre all the way to your premises. FTTP can deliver 330Mbps down and 50Mbps up.
  3. Ultra-fast Broadband – G.fast – similar to FTTC but operates at a different part of the spectrum. Delivery mechanism for the last leg is over copper and can deliver speeds of up to 1000Mbps down and 220Mbps up but will only work over much shorter copper runs (ideally less than 350 metres).
  4. ADSL2 Broadband– Offers speeds of up to 24Mbps down and 1.4Mbps up. Delivered over copper from your premises to the exchange. Rapidly being replaced by FTTC.
  1. Use our live broadband order checker at the top of the page to find out what broadband you can get.
  2. Order your selected broadband product.
  3. Sit back, relax, and let us do the rest.

We clearly state that all our services are supplied at the fastest speed that your line will support and any one wanting to know a predicted speed for their service should either contact us and / or make use of our broadband checker.

We monitor every broadband line for latency and speed every second your line is connected. This enables us to be proactive about ensuring your broadband experience is the best that it can be, based on the quality of your phone line and distance from the exchange.

We will take speed and quality fault reports seriously. We will consider the access speed (DSL sync) and BRAS rate (in BT) and actual achieved throughput. We will consider packet loss and latency. We will consider previous performance and the original estimates quoted. We will advise you where we think you can improve your equipment or wiring. We will pursue fault reports with carriers where we think they are the cause of a fault. We will rectify faults that are within our control. We will offer any advice we can where there are matters beyond our control. We ask you to give us a chance to rectify issues, but if we cannot resolve the matter within 30 days you can immediately migrate broadband service to another provider with no penalty. We don’t restrict this offer to the first few months of your service with us.

We will analyse our monitoring to identify congestion and quality issues in both the carrier networks and our connections to the carrier networks. We will work closely with carriers to promptly identify and rectify issues in their network by any means necessary.

We aim that our network is never a cause of any slowdown or bottleneck however, there are maximum capacities within our connections to our wholesale partners. We monitor and manage these very closely, however it is not possible to adjust this capacity instantly to accommodate short increases in traffic demands, such as for streamed sporting events or major breaking news. To allow us to handle these situations to ensure that the impact of any congestion is minimised, we use a traffic shaper to drop the largest packets when we hit our bandwidth capacity. This allows us to ensure that small packets such as VoIP and DNS queries keep moving, while streaming traffic or other TCP based data is dropped and requires re-transmitting.

We are looking to be able to provide you with more data about your connection on a ‘self service’ basis from our portal, however until this data is available like this, please feel free to contact us when ever you wish to request line data or to ask any other question you might have.

Is your current ISP letting you down? Are you not getting the speeds that the BT checker says you should get? If you have reported these problems to your current ISP and are not seeing any resolution to your broadband issues then please contact us. We pride ourselves on being able to resolve these frustrating problems. On the rare occasion that we cannot improve things for you, we will migrate you, free of charge, to another provider.

FTTP 220:20 Install £50
Fibre delivered straight to your premises
£54.00
per month
  • FTTP 220:20 – Up to 220Mbps down and up to 20Mbps up. £50 install. Free Wireless Router – 12 Month contract.

The following broadband products are available. All of our products come with Unlimited bandwidth and free static IP address(es). We own and operate our own network and have complete control over your connection. We don’t traffic shape, contend, or block any ports.

  1. Super-fast Broadband – FTTC – Fibre-to-the-cabinet. This is rapidly replacing standard ADSL and is delivered via fibre to a green street cabinet with the last leg to your premises delivered on copper. As the Because the copper run is much shorter than traditional ADSL (where the copper goes from your premises back to the exchange you can get much faster speeds – Up to 80Mbps down and 20Mbps up can be achieved depending on the distance from the cabinet.
  2. Ultra-fast Broadband – FTTP – Fibre-to-the-premises. FTTP differs from FTTC as the delivery mechanism is fibre all the way to your premises. FTTP can deliver 330Mbps down and 50Mbps up.
  3. Ultra-fast Broadband – G.fast – similar to FTTC but operates at a different part of the spectrum. Delivery mechanism for the last leg is over copper and can deliver speeds of up to 1000Mbps down and 220Mbps up but will only work over much shorter copper runs (ideally less than 350 metres).
  4. ADSL2 Broadband– Offers speeds of up to 24Mbps down and 1.4Mbps up. Delivered over copper from your premises to the exchange. Rapidly being replaced by FTTC.
  1. Use our live broadband order checker at the top of the page to find out what broadband you can get.
  2. Order your selected broadband product.
  3. Sit back, relax, and let us do the rest.

We clearly state that all our services are supplied at the fastest speed that your line will support and any one wanting to know a predicted speed for their service should either contact us and / or make use of our broadband checker.

We monitor every broadband line for latency and speed every second your line is connected. This enables us to be proactive about ensuring your broadband experience is the best that it can be, based on the quality of your phone line and distance from the exchange.

We will take speed and quality fault reports seriously. We will consider the access speed (DSL sync) and BRAS rate (in BT) and actual achieved throughput. We will consider packet loss and latency. We will consider previous performance and the original estimates quoted. We will advise you where we think you can improve your equipment or wiring. We will pursue fault reports with carriers where we think they are the cause of a fault. We will rectify faults that are within our control. We will offer any advice we can where there are matters beyond our control. We ask you to give us a chance to rectify issues, but if we cannot resolve the matter within 30 days you can immediately migrate broadband service to another provider with no penalty. We don’t restrict this offer to the first few months of your service with us.

We will analyse our monitoring to identify congestion and quality issues in both the carrier networks and our connections to the carrier networks. We will work closely with carriers to promptly identify and rectify issues in their network by any means necessary.

We aim that our network is never a cause of any slowdown or bottleneck however, there are maximum capacities within our connections to our wholesale partners. We monitor and manage these very closely, however it is not possible to adjust this capacity instantly to accommodate short increases in traffic demands, such as for streamed sporting events or major breaking news. To allow us to handle these situations to ensure that the impact of any congestion is minimised, we use a traffic shaper to drop the largest packets when we hit our bandwidth capacity. This allows us to ensure that small packets such as VoIP and DNS queries keep moving, while streaming traffic or other TCP based data is dropped and requires re-transmitting.

We are looking to be able to provide you with more data about your connection on a ‘self service’ basis from our portal, however until this data is available like this, please feel free to contact us when ever you wish to request line data or to ask any other question you might have.

Is your current ISP letting you down? Are you not getting the speeds that the BT checker says you should get? If you have reported these problems to your current ISP and are not seeing any resolution to your broadband issues then please contact us. We pride ourselves on being able to resolve these frustrating problems. On the rare occasion that we cannot improve things for you, we will migrate you, free of charge, to another provider.

FTTP 330:50 Install £50
Fibre delivered straight to your premises
£90.00
per month
  • FTTP 330:50 – Up to 330Mbps down and up to 50Mbps up. £50 install. Free Wireless Router – 12 Month contract.

The following broadband products are available. All of our products come with Unlimited bandwidth and free static IP address(es). We own and operate our own network and have complete control over your connection. We don’t traffic shape, contend, or block any ports.

  1. Super-fast Broadband – FTTC – Fibre-to-the-cabinet. This is rapidly replacing standard ADSL and is delivered via fibre to a green street cabinet with the last leg to your premises delivered on copper. As the Because the copper run is much shorter than traditional ADSL (where the copper goes from your premises back to the exchange you can get much faster speeds – Up to 80Mbps down and 20Mbps up can be achieved depending on the distance from the cabinet.
  2. Ultra-fast Broadband – FTTP – Fibre-to-the-premises. FTTP differs from FTTC as the delivery mechanism is fibre all the way to your premises. FTTP can deliver 330Mbps down and 50Mbps up.
  3. Ultra-fast Broadband – G.fast – similar to FTTC but operates at a different part of the spectrum. Delivery mechanism for the last leg is over copper and can deliver speeds of up to 1000Mbps down and 220Mbps up but will only work over much shorter copper runs (ideally less than 350 metres).
  4. ADSL2 Broadband– Offers speeds of up to 24Mbps down and 1.4Mbps up. Delivered over copper from your premises to the exchange. Rapidly being replaced by FTTC.
  1. Use our live broadband order checker at the top of the page to find out what broadband you can get.
  2. Order your selected broadband product.
  3. Sit back, relax, and let us do the rest.

We clearly state that all our services are supplied at the fastest speed that your line will support and any one wanting to know a predicted speed for their service should either contact us and / or make use of our broadband checker.

We monitor every broadband line for latency and speed every second your line is connected. This enables us to be proactive about ensuring your broadband experience is the best that it can be, based on the quality of your phone line and distance from the exchange.

We will take speed and quality fault reports seriously. We will consider the access speed (DSL sync) and BRAS rate (in BT) and actual achieved throughput. We will consider packet loss and latency. We will consider previous performance and the original estimates quoted. We will advise you where we think you can improve your equipment or wiring. We will pursue fault reports with carriers where we think they are the cause of a fault. We will rectify faults that are within our control. We will offer any advice we can where there are matters beyond our control. We ask you to give us a chance to rectify issues, but if we cannot resolve the matter within 30 days you can immediately migrate broadband service to another provider with no penalty. We don’t restrict this offer to the first few months of your service with us.

We will analyse our monitoring to identify congestion and quality issues in both the carrier networks and our connections to the carrier networks. We will work closely with carriers to promptly identify and rectify issues in their network by any means necessary.

We aim that our network is never a cause of any slowdown or bottleneck however, there are maximum capacities within our connections to our wholesale partners. We monitor and manage these very closely, however it is not possible to adjust this capacity instantly to accommodate short increases in traffic demands, such as for streamed sporting events or major breaking news. To allow us to handle these situations to ensure that the impact of any congestion is minimised, we use a traffic shaper to drop the largest packets when we hit our bandwidth capacity. This allows us to ensure that small packets such as VoIP and DNS queries keep moving, while streaming traffic or other TCP based data is dropped and requires re-transmitting.

We are looking to be able to provide you with more data about your connection on a ‘self service’ basis from our portal, however until this data is available like this, please feel free to contact us when ever you wish to request line data or to ask any other question you might have.

Is your current ISP letting you down? Are you not getting the speeds that the BT checker says you should get? If you have reported these problems to your current ISP and are not seeing any resolution to your broadband issues then please contact us. We pride ourselves on being able to resolve these frustrating problems. On the rare occasion that we cannot improve things for you, we will migrate you, free of charge, to another provider.

FTTP 550:165 Install £595
Fibre delivered straight to your premises
£195.00
per month
  • FTTP 550:165 – Up to 550Mbps down and up to 1656Mbps up. £595 install. Free Wireless Router – 12 Month contract.

The following broadband products are available. All of our products come with Unlimited bandwidth and free static IP address(es). We own and operate our own network and have complete control over your connection. We don’t traffic shape, contend, or block any ports.

  1. Super-fast Broadband – FTTC – Fibre-to-the-cabinet. This is rapidly replacing standard ADSL and is delivered via fibre to a green street cabinet with the last leg to your premises delivered on copper. As the Because the copper run is much shorter than traditional ADSL (where the copper goes from your premises back to the exchange you can get much faster speeds – Up to 80Mbps down and 20Mbps up can be achieved depending on the distance from the cabinet.
  2. Ultra-fast Broadband – FTTP – Fibre-to-the-premises. FTTP differs from FTTC as the delivery mechanism is fibre all the way to your premises. FTTP can deliver 330Mbps down and 50Mbps up.
  3. Ultra-fast Broadband – G.fast – similar to FTTC but operates at a different part of the spectrum. Delivery mechanism for the last leg is over copper and can deliver speeds of up to 1000Mbps down and 220Mbps up but will only work over much shorter copper runs (ideally less than 350 metres).
  4. ADSL2 Broadband– Offers speeds of up to 24Mbps down and 1.4Mbps up. Delivered over copper from your premises to the exchange. Rapidly being replaced by FTTC.
  1. Use our live broadband order checker at the top of the page to find out what broadband you can get.
  2. Order your selected broadband product.
  3. Sit back, relax, and let us do the rest.

We clearly state that all our services are supplied at the fastest speed that your line will support and any one wanting to know a predicted speed for their service should either contact us and / or make use of our broadband checker.

We monitor every broadband line for latency and speed every second your line is connected. This enables us to be proactive about ensuring your broadband experience is the best that it can be, based on the quality of your phone line and distance from the exchange.

We will take speed and quality fault reports seriously. We will consider the access speed (DSL sync) and BRAS rate (in BT) and actual achieved throughput. We will consider packet loss and latency. We will consider previous performance and the original estimates quoted. We will advise you where we think you can improve your equipment or wiring. We will pursue fault reports with carriers where we think they are the cause of a fault. We will rectify faults that are within our control. We will offer any advice we can where there are matters beyond our control. We ask you to give us a chance to rectify issues, but if we cannot resolve the matter within 30 days you can immediately migrate broadband service to another provider with no penalty. We don’t restrict this offer to the first few months of your service with us.

We will analyse our monitoring to identify congestion and quality issues in both the carrier networks and our connections to the carrier networks. We will work closely with carriers to promptly identify and rectify issues in their network by any means necessary.

We aim that our network is never a cause of any slowdown or bottleneck however, there are maximum capacities within our connections to our wholesale partners. We monitor and manage these very closely, however it is not possible to adjust this capacity instantly to accommodate short increases in traffic demands, such as for streamed sporting events or major breaking news. To allow us to handle these situations to ensure that the impact of any congestion is minimised, we use a traffic shaper to drop the largest packets when we hit our bandwidth capacity. This allows us to ensure that small packets such as VoIP and DNS queries keep moving, while streaming traffic or other TCP based data is dropped and requires re-transmitting.

We are looking to be able to provide you with more data about your connection on a ‘self service’ basis from our portal, however until this data is available like this, please feel free to contact us when ever you wish to request line data or to ask any other question you might have.

Is your current ISP letting you down? Are you not getting the speeds that the BT checker says you should get? If you have reported these problems to your current ISP and are not seeing any resolution to your broadband issues then please contact us. We pride ourselves on being able to resolve these frustrating problems. On the rare occasion that we cannot improve things for you, we will migrate you, free of charge, to another provider.

FTTP 1000:220 Install £595
Fibre delivered straight to your premises
£375.00
per month
  • FTTP 1000:220 – Up to 1000Mbps down and up to 220Mbps up. £595 install. Free Wireless Router – 12 Month contract.

The following broadband products are available. All of our products come with Unlimited bandwidth and free static IP address(es). We own and operate our own network and have complete control over your connection. We don’t traffic shape, contend, or block any ports.

  1. Super-fast Broadband – FTTC – Fibre-to-the-cabinet. This is rapidly replacing standard ADSL and is delivered via fibre to a green street cabinet with the last leg to your premises delivered on copper. As the Because the copper run is much shorter than traditional ADSL (where the copper goes from your premises back to the exchange you can get much faster speeds – Up to 80Mbps down and 20Mbps up can be achieved depending on the distance from the cabinet.
  2. Ultra-fast Broadband – FTTP – Fibre-to-the-premises. FTTP differs from FTTC as the delivery mechanism is fibre all the way to your premises. FTTP can deliver 330Mbps down and 50Mbps up.
  3. Ultra-fast Broadband – G.fast – similar to FTTC but operates at a different part of the spectrum. Delivery mechanism for the last leg is over copper and can deliver speeds of up to 1000Mbps down and 220Mbps up but will only work over much shorter copper runs (ideally less than 350 metres).
  4. ADSL2 Broadband– Offers speeds of up to 24Mbps down and 1.4Mbps up. Delivered over copper from your premises to the exchange. Rapidly being replaced by FTTC.
  1. Use our live broadband order checker at the top of the page to find out what broadband you can get.
  2. Order your selected broadband product.
  3. Sit back, relax, and let us do the rest.

We clearly state that all our services are supplied at the fastest speed that your line will support and any one wanting to know a predicted speed for their service should either contact us and / or make use of our broadband checker.

We monitor every broadband line for latency and speed every second your line is connected. This enables us to be proactive about ensuring your broadband experience is the best that it can be, based on the quality of your phone line and distance from the exchange.

We will take speed and quality fault reports seriously. We will consider the access speed (DSL sync) and BRAS rate (in BT) and actual achieved throughput. We will consider packet loss and latency. We will consider previous performance and the original estimates quoted. We will advise you where we think you can improve your equipment or wiring. We will pursue fault reports with carriers where we think they are the cause of a fault. We will rectify faults that are within our control. We will offer any advice we can where there are matters beyond our control. We ask you to give us a chance to rectify issues, but if we cannot resolve the matter within 30 days you can immediately migrate broadband service to another provider with no penalty. We don’t restrict this offer to the first few months of your service with us.

We will analyse our monitoring to identify congestion and quality issues in both the carrier networks and our connections to the carrier networks. We will work closely with carriers to promptly identify and rectify issues in their network by any means necessary.

We aim that our network is never a cause of any slowdown or bottleneck however, there are maximum capacities within our connections to our wholesale partners. We monitor and manage these very closely, however it is not possible to adjust this capacity instantly to accommodate short increases in traffic demands, such as for streamed sporting events or major breaking news. To allow us to handle these situations to ensure that the impact of any congestion is minimised, we use a traffic shaper to drop the largest packets when we hit our bandwidth capacity. This allows us to ensure that small packets such as VoIP and DNS queries keep moving, while streaming traffic or other TCP based data is dropped and requires re-transmitting.

We are looking to be able to provide you with more data about your connection on a ‘self service’ basis from our portal, however until this data is available like this, please feel free to contact us when ever you wish to request line data or to ask any other question you might have.

Is your current ISP letting you down? Are you not getting the speeds that the BT checker says you should get? If you have reported these problems to your current ISP and are not seeing any resolution to your broadband issues then please contact us. We pride ourselves on being able to resolve these frustrating problems. On the rare occasion that we cannot improve things for you, we will migrate you, free of charge, to another provider.

G.fast 160:30 Install £50
Price Breakdown
G.fast: £39.00
Line Rental: £11.67
£50.67
per month
including line rental
  • G.fast 160:30 – Up to 160Mbps down and up to 30Mbps up. £50 install. Free Wireless Router – 12 Month contract.

The following broadband products are available. All of our products come with Unlimited bandwidth and free static IP address(es). We own and operate our own network and have complete control over your connection. We don’t traffic shape, contend, or block any ports.

  1. Super-fast Broadband – FTTC – Fibre-to-the-cabinet. This is rapidly replacing standard ADSL and is delivered via fibre to a green street cabinet with the last leg to your premises delivered on copper. As the Because the copper run is much shorter than traditional ADSL (where the copper goes from your premises back to the exchange you can get much faster speeds – Up to 80Mbps down and 20Mbps up can be achieved depending on the distance from the cabinet.
  2. Ultra-fast Broadband – FTTP – Fibre-to-the-premises. FTTP differs from FTTC as the delivery mechanism is fibre all the way to your premises. FTTP can deliver 330Mbps down and 50Mbps up.
  3. Ultra-fast Broadband – G.fast – similar to FTTC but operates at a different part of the spectrum. Delivery mechanism for the last leg is over copper and can deliver speeds of up to 1000Mbps down and 220Mbps up but will only work over much shorter copper runs (ideally less than 350 metres).
  4. ADSL2 Broadband– Offers speeds of up to 24Mbps down and 1.4Mbps up. Delivered over copper from your premises to the exchange. Rapidly being replaced by FTTC.
  1. Use our live broadband order checker at the top of the page to find out what broadband you can get.
  2. Order your selected broadband product.
  3. Sit back, relax, and let us do the rest.

We clearly state that all our services are supplied at the fastest speed that your line will support and any one wanting to know a predicted speed for their service should either contact us and / or make use of our broadband checker.

We monitor every broadband line for latency and speed every second your line is connected. This enables us to be proactive about ensuring your broadband experience is the best that it can be, based on the quality of your phone line and distance from the exchange.

We will take speed and quality fault reports seriously. We will consider the access speed (DSL sync) and BRAS rate (in BT) and actual achieved throughput. We will consider packet loss and latency. We will consider previous performance and the original estimates quoted. We will advise you where we think you can improve your equipment or wiring. We will pursue fault reports with carriers where we think they are the cause of a fault. We will rectify faults that are within our control. We will offer any advice we can where there are matters beyond our control. We ask you to give us a chance to rectify issues, but if we cannot resolve the matter within 30 days you can immediately migrate broadband service to another provider with no penalty. We don’t restrict this offer to the first few months of your service with us.

We will analyse our monitoring to identify congestion and quality issues in both the carrier networks and our connections to the carrier networks. We will work closely with carriers to promptly identify and rectify issues in their network by any means necessary.

We aim that our network is never a cause of any slowdown or bottleneck however, there are maximum capacities within our connections to our wholesale partners. We monitor and manage these very closely, however it is not possible to adjust this capacity instantly to accommodate short increases in traffic demands, such as for streamed sporting events or major breaking news. To allow us to handle these situations to ensure that the impact of any congestion is minimised, we use a traffic shaper to drop the largest packets when we hit our bandwidth capacity. This allows us to ensure that small packets such as VoIP and DNS queries keep moving, while streaming traffic or other TCP based data is dropped and requires re-transmitting.

We are looking to be able to provide you with more data about your connection on a ‘self service’ basis from our portal, however until this data is available like this, please feel free to contact us when ever you wish to request line data or to ask any other question you might have.

Is your current ISP letting you down? Are you not getting the speeds that the BT checker says you should get? If you have reported these problems to your current ISP and are not seeing any resolution to your broadband issues then please contact us. We pride ourselves on being able to resolve these frustrating problems. On the rare occasion that we cannot improve things for you, we will migrate you, free of charge, to another provider.

G.fast 330:50 Install £50
Price Breakdown
G.fast: £54.00
Line Rental: £11.67
£65.67
per month
including line rental
  • G.fast 330:50 – Up to 330Mbps down and up to 50Mbps up. £50 install. Free Wireless Router – 12 Month contract.

The following broadband products are available. All of our products come with Unlimited bandwidth and free static IP address(es). We own and operate our own network and have complete control over your connection. We don’t traffic shape, contend, or block any ports.

  1. Super-fast Broadband – FTTC – Fibre-to-the-cabinet. This is rapidly replacing standard ADSL and is delivered via fibre to a green street cabinet with the last leg to your premises delivered on copper. As the Because the copper run is much shorter than traditional ADSL (where the copper goes from your premises back to the exchange you can get much faster speeds – Up to 80Mbps down and 20Mbps up can be achieved depending on the distance from the cabinet.
  2. Ultra-fast Broadband – FTTP – Fibre-to-the-premises. FTTP differs from FTTC as the delivery mechanism is fibre all the way to your premises. FTTP can deliver 330Mbps down and 50Mbps up.
  3. Ultra-fast Broadband – G.fast – similar to FTTC but operates at a different part of the spectrum. Delivery mechanism for the last leg is over copper and can deliver speeds of up to 1000Mbps down and 220Mbps up but will only work over much shorter copper runs (ideally less than 350 metres).
  4. ADSL2 Broadband– Offers speeds of up to 24Mbps down and 1.4Mbps up. Delivered over copper from your premises to the exchange. Rapidly being replaced by FTTC.
  1. Use our live broadband order checker at the top of the page to find out what broadband you can get.
  2. Order your selected broadband product.
  3. Sit back, relax, and let us do the rest.

We clearly state that all our services are supplied at the fastest speed that your line will support and any one wanting to know a predicted speed for their service should either contact us and / or make use of our broadband checker.

We monitor every broadband line for latency and speed every second your line is connected. This enables us to be proactive about ensuring your broadband experience is the best that it can be, based on the quality of your phone line and distance from the exchange.

We will take speed and quality fault reports seriously. We will consider the access speed (DSL sync) and BRAS rate (in BT) and actual achieved throughput. We will consider packet loss and latency. We will consider previous performance and the original estimates quoted. We will advise you where we think you can improve your equipment or wiring. We will pursue fault reports with carriers where we think they are the cause of a fault. We will rectify faults that are within our control. We will offer any advice we can where there are matters beyond our control. We ask you to give us a chance to rectify issues, but if we cannot resolve the matter within 30 days you can immediately migrate broadband service to another provider with no penalty. We don’t restrict this offer to the first few months of your service with us.

We will analyse our monitoring to identify congestion and quality issues in both the carrier networks and our connections to the carrier networks. We will work closely with carriers to promptly identify and rectify issues in their network by any means necessary.

We aim that our network is never a cause of any slowdown or bottleneck however, there are maximum capacities within our connections to our wholesale partners. We monitor and manage these very closely, however it is not possible to adjust this capacity instantly to accommodate short increases in traffic demands, such as for streamed sporting events or major breaking news. To allow us to handle these situations to ensure that the impact of any congestion is minimised, we use a traffic shaper to drop the largest packets when we hit our bandwidth capacity. This allows us to ensure that small packets such as VoIP and DNS queries keep moving, while streaming traffic or other TCP based data is dropped and requires re-transmitting.

We are looking to be able to provide you with more data about your connection on a ‘self service’ basis from our portal, however until this data is available like this, please feel free to contact us when ever you wish to request line data or to ask any other question you might have.

Is your current ISP letting you down? Are you not getting the speeds that the BT checker says you should get? If you have reported these problems to your current ISP and are not seeing any resolution to your broadband issues then please contact us. We pride ourselves on being able to resolve these frustrating problems. On the rare occasion that we cannot improve things for you, we will migrate you, free of charge, to another provider.

ADSL2 Free Install
Price Breakdown
ADSL2: £15.00
Line Rental: £11.67
£26.67
per month
including line rental
  • ADSL2 – Up to 24Mbps down and up to 1.4Mbps up. Free Wireless Router – 12 Month contract.
  • ADSL2 Installation is free. If you don’t have a BT phone line you will need one at an installation cost of £79. If you already have a BT phone line we can migrate this to us for FREE.
  • If you already have ADSL2 with another provider we can migrate you for free.

The following broadband products are available. All of our products come with Unlimited bandwidth and free static IP address(es). We own and operate our own network and have complete control over your connection. We don’t traffic shape, contend, or block any ports.

  1. Super-fast Broadband – FTTC – Fibre-to-the-cabinet. This is rapidly replacing standard ADSL and is delivered via fibre to a green street cabinet with the last leg to your premises delivered on copper. As the Because the copper run is much shorter than traditional ADSL (where the copper goes from your premises back to the exchange you can get much faster speeds – Up to 80Mbps down and 20Mbps up can be achieved depending on the distance from the cabinet.
  2. Ultra-fast Broadband – FTTP – Fibre-to-the-premises. FTTP differs from FTTC as the delivery mechanism is fibre all the way to your premises. FTTP can deliver 330Mbps down and 50Mbps up.
  3. Ultra-fast Broadband – G.fast – similar to FTTC but operates at a different part of the spectrum. Delivery mechanism for the last leg is over copper and can deliver speeds of up to 1000Mbps down and 220Mbps up but will only work over much shorter copper runs (ideally less than 350 metres).
  4. ADSL2 Broadband– Offers speeds of up to 24Mbps down and 1.4Mbps up. Delivered over copper from your premises to the exchange. Rapidly being replaced by FTTC.
  1. Use our live broadband order checker at the top of the page to find out what broadband you can get.
  2. Order your selected broadband product.
  3. Sit back, relax, and let us do the rest.

We clearly state that all our services are supplied at the fastest speed that your line will support and any one wanting to know a predicted speed for their service should either contact us and / or make use of our broadband checker.

We monitor every broadband line for latency and speed every second your line is connected. This enables us to be proactive about ensuring your broadband experience is the best that it can be, based on the quality of your phone line and distance from the exchange.

We will take speed and quality fault reports seriously. We will consider the access speed (DSL sync) and BRAS rate (in BT) and actual achieved throughput. We will consider packet loss and latency. We will consider previous performance and the original estimates quoted. We will advise you where we think you can improve your equipment or wiring. We will pursue fault reports with carriers where we think they are the cause of a fault. We will rectify faults that are within our control. We will offer any advice we can where there are matters beyond our control. We ask you to give us a chance to rectify issues, but if we cannot resolve the matter within 30 days you can immediately migrate broadband service to another provider with no penalty. We don’t restrict this offer to the first few months of your service with us.

We will analyse our monitoring to identify congestion and quality issues in both the carrier networks and our connections to the carrier networks. We will work closely with carriers to promptly identify and rectify issues in their network by any means necessary.

We aim that our network is never a cause of any slowdown or bottleneck however, there are maximum capacities within our connections to our wholesale partners. We monitor and manage these very closely, however it is not possible to adjust this capacity instantly to accommodate short increases in traffic demands, such as for streamed sporting events or major breaking news. To allow us to handle these situations to ensure that the impact of any congestion is minimised, we use a traffic shaper to drop the largest packets when we hit our bandwidth capacity. This allows us to ensure that small packets such as VoIP and DNS queries keep moving, while streaming traffic or other TCP based data is dropped and requires re-transmitting.

We are looking to be able to provide you with more data about your connection on a ‘self service’ basis from our portal, however until this data is available like this, please feel free to contact us when ever you wish to request line data or to ask any other question you might have.

Is your current ISP letting you down? Are you not getting the speeds that the BT checker says you should get? If you have reported these problems to your current ISP and are not seeing any resolution to your broadband issues then please contact us. We pride ourselves on being able to resolve these frustrating problems. On the rare occasion that we cannot improve things for you, we will migrate you, free of charge, to another provider.