Our Broadband product portfolio covers ADSL2, ADSL2+ and FTTC (Fibre To The Cabinet) with different limits set to cover business and residential services ranging from a capped limit of 3GB per month to an un-limited usage service. With all the figures quoted above and below, the actual speed achieved depends upon the quality of the line and distance from the street cabinet or local exchange to your premises.

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  • ADSL2
    ADSL2 (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) is a broadband service delivered over a BT PSTN analogue line. ADSL uses different frequencies on the line which means you can make phone calls and use the Internet at the same time. The maximum download speed on ADSL2 is 8Mbps.
  • ADSL2+
    is an enhanced version of ADSL which is currently being rolled out across the country. ADSL2+ provides potentially faster speeds and greater stability than ADSL. Connection speeds of up to 24Mbps download are possible
  • FTTC

    FTTC (Fibre To The Cabinet) delivers an Internet connection based on fibre from the core network to the BT cabinet. From the cabinet to the user’s premises the connection usually runs over copper. Downstream speeds of up to 40Mbps or up to 80Mbps are achievable via FTTC with upload speed options of up to 2Mbps or up to 10Mbps (with 40Mbps download) or up to 20Mbps (with 80Mbps download).