Fibre Optic Broadband
Entanet’s new superfast fibre broadband, FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) and FTTP (Fibre to the Premises), enables partners to differentiate themselves and competitively serve the needs of various groups of customers.
Delivered across Entanet’s pioneering WBC (Wholesale Broadband Connect) based next generation network, our choice of 6 Business and 5 Family packages provide greater flexibility for partners to meet customers’ diverse appetite for speed and bandwidth allowance.
Our fibre broadband packages are available in a variety of speed options. Standard FTTC connections are provisioned with download speeds of up to 40Mbps and upload speeds of up to 2Mbps. However, customers can choose to upgrade to up to 40/10Mbps or up to 80/20Mbps options.
Similarly, our FTTP services are provisioned with up to 40Mbps download speeds and up to 2Mbps upload speeds as standard, but customers can choose a range of upgrades to a maximum of 330Mbps download and 30Mbps upload for an additional monthly fee, all with inclusive monthly bandwidth allowances ranging from 15GB to 360GB.
As per our standard ADSL and ADSL2+ broadband packages, the inclusive monthly allowance is only consumed between specified times during the working week, with usage outside of these times uncharged. To cater for additional usage customers can purchase further bandwidth in the form of pre-pay top-ups or on a per 1GB basis with a set upper limit to easily control spending.
Fibre Broadband Features
- Choice of 11 bandwidth allowance options
- Download speeds up to 80Mbps* (FTTC) and 330Mbps** (FTTP)
- Upload speeds of up to 2Mbps*, 10Mbps* or 20Mbps* (FTTC) and up to 15Mbps**, 20Mbps** or 30Mbps** (FTTP)
- Bandwidth allowances from 15GB to 360GB
- 12 month contract
- Includes 1 static IP address, 100 POP3 email boxes, and 25MB webspace
*Dependent on the length and quality of the copper line between the customer's premises and the serving cabinet.
**Actual throughput may vary as it is dependant upon numerous factors including the capabilities of the content server and network and also of the customer's internal and supplier network