It can be extremely frustrating when you are working away using the internet (like most businesses do) to work and it keeps freezing. Have you ever had something that usually takes 10mins to do, takes you 40mins because of a slow internet connection? Think about how many times that has happened and the time wasted.
What could you do with that time?
Then imagine, if that same task takes 5 mins to do rather than 10mins; all by changing to Ultrafast Broadband.
What is Ultrafast broadband?
Superfast broadband is anything above 24 Mbps and Ultrafast is anything over 100Mbps.
There are two options for ultrafast broadband: G Fast and Fibre to the Premise (FTTP.) Read more about Fibre broadband here: Advantages of Fibre Broadband
What is G Fast?
G Fast allows for high speeds using the same copper pipe that was used for voice calls. Their performance targets are between 150 Mbit/s and 1 Gbit/s.
What’s the difference between G fast and FTTP?
FTTP is the best choice if you are based in a rural location and G Fast is only available in certain locations at the moment, although this would certainly be changing over the next few years.