Connectivity

Having a fast and reliable internet connection is vital in today’s world. With the ever-increasing trend of moving business practices online, organisations need to consider the latest technology available. A slow connection can be detrimental to the running of most businesses. There are affordable solutions available using different technologies that you may not have been offered or know exists.

Connectivity

Having a fast and reliable internet connection is vital in today’s world. With the ever-increasing trend of moving business practices online, organisations need to consider the latest technology available. A slow connection can be detrimental to the running of most businesses. There are affordable solutions available using different technologies that you may not have been offered or know exists.

Communication services:

Connectivity

Telecommunication Systems

Business Mobile Plans

Why Is Good Connectivity Important?

The demand for greater digital connectivity is set to accelerate in future years and full fibre connections will be able to support that demand for online business applications and internet-connected devices. This includes but is not limited to cloud data storage, cyber security systems, and back-ups, streamed services such as video and music, voice and video conferencing, and flexible working for employees with remote access to company systems

Faster

With speeds starting at 100Mbps and ranging up to 10Gbps, full-fibre provides a ultra-fast connection that you can rely on.

Service Level Agreement

All of our fibre access internet connectivity service offerings include a guaranteed Service Level Agreement as standard. Giving you peace of mind.

Future Proof

In 2025, the analogue network will be switched off meaning copper internet and phone lines will no longer work. A full fibre internet connection will future proof your organisation as it will minimise any disruption caused by the 2025 switch over.

More Reliable

Copper wires carry an electric current, so the ones that are old and worn out can present a fire hazard. Since there’s no electric current traveling through fibre optics cables, there’s no risk of danger or disruption.

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Your internet connectivity options explained.

Choose The Perfect Plan

Other circuit sizes available

Why Choose Fibre Internet?

  • Offices for 2 – 500+ users
  • Guaranteed speeds – up to 1000Mbps of synchronous bandwidth
  • Unlimited usage
  • Same-Day Fix and Inclusive Service Level Agreement for peace of mind
  • Non-Contended (you do not share bandwidth)

Why Choose Spire?

  • Single Point of contact without long call centre queues for any questions.
  • A sound reputation with all of our customers who choose Spire as their service partner year after year.
  • Consistent communication via a dedicated account team that has an average of five years of service.
  • Competitive pricing and flexible agreements.
  • Spire works with all the major carriers so can review all options based on availability and service levels.
  • Well established, Spire has been trading since 2002.
  • Accredited partnerships with major UK suppliers and carriers.
  • Always going the extra mile and taking a long-term view of everything we do.

FAQs

What upload and download speeds will I receive?

All of our circuits provide the same upload speeds and download speeds. For example, a 300/300Mbps service will provide 300Mbps of upload and download capacity.

What if Fibre One isn't available in my area?

Where available, we will provide our Fibre One products starting from £75. If this service isn’t currently available in your area then we will propose an alternative gigabit-capable product.

I am currently in contract with my current provider, can you help?

We are in some situations able to buy out your current commitment. Please speak to us as we can often help.

What is contention?

Contention is simply how many other users there are using the same network as you. For example, 32:1 would mean that up to 32 other users could be using the network at the same time. The good news for our clients is that as the network we provide is relatively new and it’s very unlikely that the capacity will be a it’s maximum.

Does the service include a static IP address?

All circuits include static IP addresses as standard.

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Find out more about the internet connectivity we provide as well as our buyers’ guide

“We are very happy with Spire's ultra fast service! Businesses need a fast network. And even faster connectivity.”

 

KASH JAVID – DIGITAL DEVICES

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