ADSL versus fibre optic broadband
ADSL uses telephone lines to transmit data along copper cables from your nearest telephone exchange to your office. The further you are from the exchange, the slower your speeds will be. Copper cables are often affected by bottlenecks: the more Internet traffic, the slower your download speeds – just like traffic on the roads.
Using glass or plastic cable, Fibre Optic broadband transmits data much faster than copper and is not affected by the distance from the exchange. It can also handle much higher volumes of traffic without your download speeds slowing to a crawl.
Modern Networks supplies a complete broadband package including a pre-configured router, phone line and calls. Our business broadband services deliver high quality, affordable broadband with fast download speeds. Budget, usage and location will determine your choice of ADSL or fibre broadband. If fast, reliable bandwidth is critical to your business operations then fibre broadband is probably for you.
|ADSL2+ Broadband||ADSL2+ 20MPBS, Unlimited usage|
Installation charge includes the wireless router, ADSL ISP setup
|Fibre Optic Broadband||Fibre Optic 80MPBS, Unlimited usage|
Installation charge includes the wireless router, FTTC ISP setup
|Analogue Line Rental||Analogue Telephone Line (needed for Broadband- 1 Month)|
A slow, patchy Internet connection can prove costly to any business that uses email, VoIP telephony and browser-based applications on a daily basis. Dedicated business Internet (often called a lease line) provides high speed, robust and reliable bandwidth that today’s businesses need backed by stringent service level agreements (SLAs).