Has your internet provider told you that there is no fibre in your area and you’ll have to make do will copper broadband? It’s not true!
If you’ve been told by your internet service provider that full-fibre internet connectivity isn’t available in your area, you aren’t alone. A huge number of people we speak to tell us that they’ve been told this and sometimes it can be a bit of a struggle to convince them of the truth. But today we set the record straight!
“But why has my internet provider told me differently?” You may ask… Well, the answer most likely is that they don’t have a full-fibre network in your postcode area and would rather you stay on their copper network until they eventually get around to building a full-fibre network of their own rather than you switching providers in order to upgrade to full-fibre sooner.
Having a fast and reliable internet connection is crucial for organisations in today’s world. As business practices move online, organisations should have the option to consider the latest technology available. A slow or unreliable connection can be detrimental to the running of most organisations. There are affordable solutions available using different technologies that you may not have been offered or know exists.
This is why we recommend making the switch to a full-fibre leased line. This internet connectivity is faster, more robust and reliable and includes an SLA (Service Level Agreement), meaning you can rest assured any issues will be dealt with in a timely manner.
The full-fibre network in your area has only recently been built, whereas the existing copper network that broadband utilises was developed back in the 1980s.
You wouldn’t rely on computers such as the IBM PC 5150 or Amstrad CPC 464 from the 80s day-in-day-out for your organisation, would you? So why would you rely on an internet network built four decades ago? Don’t wait around for your existing provider to catch up with the times and make the switch to full-fibre today!
If your contract is ending soon, you’re moving premises or maybe you’re just fed up of your slow or unreliable internet connection, get in touch today! We can let you know if your postcode is on-net.