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Trunk Networks is proud to be a customer-focused business broadband provider, delivering not only a fast and reliable connection, but also excellent customer service and support.
Since 2008, we've been providing the best broadband for small businesses, mid-size, and large enterprises alike. So, whether you're looking for exceptionally fast Fibre broadband business deals, or a standard ADSL connection, we've got you covered.
We deliver Full Fibre broadband at 100Mbps, 200Mbps, 500Mbps, and 900Mbps. Full Fibre is the fastest choice when it comes to broadband. It's also referred to as FTTP (Fibre-to-the-Premises) or FTTH (Fibre-to-the-Home). It essentially uses fibre optic cabling directly from the local exchange all the way to your premises, rather than using copper-based telephone lines like older broadband solutions do.
We define Superfast broadband as FTTC broadband. FTTC stands for Fibre-to-the-Cabinet. This is delivered via fibre optic cables from the local exchange to a green street cabinet, with the last leg delivered to your premises on copper-based wires. This allows for faster speeds than traditional ADSL broadband, but not as fast as Full Fibre. Plus, this copper line is a standard Openreach PSTN line, meaning voice calls can be placed. We also define Superfast broadband as SoGEA (Single order General Ethernet Access) which is the same as FTTC, but it doesn’t support voice calls on the line.
ADSL stands for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line. This is delivered via copper-based cabling from the local exchange all the way to your premises. This is an older and more common broadband solution, and does not provide speeds as fast as FTTC or Full Fibre. Similarly to FTTC though, the copper line is a standard Openreach PSTN line, meaning voice calls can be placed.
If your business needs more bandwidth, but a more expensive leased line isn’t an option, then a bonded broadband solution may be the answer. The up-front cost is more expensive because you will need a dedicated router to bond the circuits, but the benefits are an increase in bandwidth and an element of redundancy. If one broadband goes down, the other will continue working (assuming the outage isn’t a local issue which could take both circuits down).
We deliver our business broadband through the BT network which is maintained by Openreach. Openreach offers multiple care levels, which essentially determines how quickly a fault in your line will be resolved. You should consider how important this is to your business in relation to the cost of each care level, and choose the option that suits you best.
Click below for more detailed information on Openreach Care Levels
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