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The rollout of the UK fibre optic network means that more businesses and schools can benefit from much higher speed internet connections. Which is why so many are choosing to replace their ADSL services with FTTC connections.

Like ADSL, the FTTC network uses standard PSTN lines to make the final connection to your premises. While speeds are not as distance dependent as ADSL services, there can be some speed degradation depending on your distance from the green box in your street (Primary Connection Point).

Packages Available

FTTC 40/10

Line Rental – £11.50 per month


Per Month
up to 40mb
up to 10mb
EBE - Elevated Best
Efforts £4 extra

FTTC 80/20

Line Rental – £11.50 per month


Per Month
up to 80mb
up to 20mb
EBE - Elevated Best
Efforts £4 extra


GEA FTTC gives you cost-effective Ethernet access with increased speeds, security and reliability and reduced maintenance costs.

Combining standard Fibre-to-the-Exchange (FTTX) last mile access technology with a carrier Ethernet backbone, GEA offers symmetrical upload and download speeds up to 20Mbps. It is a low-cost alternative to fibre Ethernet or EFM.


Per Month(3-year term)
Analogue line included
6-hour fix time
Cisco 887 Router

Is Quality of service (Qos) available? Yes, done on router and network level

Can MPLS be done between sites? Yes


Because ADSL broadband speeds fluctuate throughout the day depending on the number of businesses using it at any one time, Elevated Best Efforts will help keep your internet speeds up during peak times.

Care & Repair services

If your business is broadband critical, our add-on care packages can help keep your services up and running.

We offer three options:

Standard care

40 working-hour fix time

Enhanced care

20-hour clock time
£10 per month

Premium care

8-hour clock time
£12.50 per month

Small but important

The distance of your premises from the local telephone exchange will affect the ‘up to’ connection speed.

You can check your current speed using speedtest.net. To get the most accurate reading, make sure the device you run the test from is connected directly to your internet router and that nothing else is on the network.

* Free install on 2-year terms. GEA is a 3-year term. If you require a one-year term, you’ll need to pay the install costs of an analogue line and router.

Delivery of router – £7

ADSL 2+ routers are Technicolor TG588v2
FTTC routers are Technicolor TG589vac
GEA FTTC routers are Cisco 887
Routers are subject to change.