Our connectivity portfolio includes a broad range of highly competitive telecoms and data (IP), wires-only and fully managed products to suit any requirement.
Analogue Lines – Traditional, inexpensive and reliable connections for regular voice (telephone) and fax calls, which are delivered over copper cable.
ISDNLines – ISDN comes in two formats; ISDN2 and ISDN30, and both can be used for voice and data communications.
SIP Trunking (VoIP) – SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is a type of voice over IP communication which is often referred to as VoIP. SIP Trunking enables businesses to make calls over an internet connection rather than a traditional phone line, such as analogue or ISDN.
BT are to phase out all ISDN connectivity by 2025 so now’s the time to consider switching to a VoIP-based service! Contact us on 0114 220 3000 or [email protected] to learn more.
ADSL2+ Broadband – This is the most common form of Broadband, mostly for home use.
Fibre to the cabinet – BT Openreach is currently rolling FTTC out across the UK’s network to improve home and businesses upload and download speeds.
Fibre to the premises – FTTP, also referred to as Superfast Broadband, is delivered to your property using over fibre optic cable from the local exchange (street cabinet), and as a result typically runs much faster than other forms of Broadband connections.
Fibre based leased lines – Leased Lines, also known as Ethernet or Private Circuits, are faster and more reliable than ADSL2+, FTTC and FTTP connections.
Icnos wireless leased lines – An Icnos Wireless Leased Line is akin to a Fibre-Based Leased Line but delivered using wireless technology rather than by a physical cable connection.
For immediate Internet connectivity quotes call us on 0114 220 3000