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What you need to know

Often regarded as an entry-level solution - albeit one that’s available nationally - copper-based broadband is an essential part of any ISP’s connectivity arsenal. Run on either ADSL or ADSL2+, the relatively low cost (both to implement and on an ongoing basis) of standard broadband makes it attractive to the residential market as well as businesses who don’t rely on superfast download speeds.

With our own national network we’re a credible alternative to BT and can provide a cost-effective connectivity solution for all of your customers, regardless of where they are in the UK. And because we know that one size doesn’t fit all, you can choose to offer your customers our reseller packaged broadband, or you can build your own offering by purchasing tails and bandwidth from us on a wholesale basis.

What do our partners think?

Redbox Internet Services Case Study

With its broad range of products and its proactive approach to investment, I see Entanet as a forward looking company that invests in the future of its business and by extension, my business. I feel I can rely on Entanet to help me grow my business as a result.

Redbox Internet Services

The benefits of partnering with us for copper broadband

Available for customers nationally

Range of ready-made packages for families and business

Building block for you to create your own bundles

Flexible billing and white-label options

No minimum order requirement

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24/7 UK based monitoring, maintenance and technical service

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How does copper broadband work?
Both ADSL and ADSL2+ operate on copper lines from your customer’s location right the way through to the exchange. ADSL2+ is an advanced version of ADSL (it runs on BT Openreach’s 21st Century Network) which provides greater stability and speeds of up to 24Mbps. ADSL on the other hand, runs on the older 20th Century Network and provides speeds of up to 8Mbps. Customers at the margins may find that their only option is for an ADSL connection. ADSL diagram
What’s the difference between packaged and wholesale broadband?
As part of our commitment to working flexibly with you, we offer a range of ready-made broadband packages that meet the broad bandwidth requirements of your business and residential customers. You can choose to have these billed on your behalf, earning a commission in return or you can bill your customers directly, earning whatever margin you’ve added on top of our competitive pricing. Alternatively, you can choose to buy broadband from us on a bandwidth and tails basis in order to create your own unique offering. More information is available from our resale and wholesale page.
Do you offer unlimited packages?
Yes - unlimited packages are available to both business and family users on our rate adaptive 21CN ADSL, ADSL2+ and fibre connections.

Which is best for you, resale or wholesale broadband?

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Learn more about our resale and wholesale broadband packages by downloading our datasheets.

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