What is FTTC Broadband?
FTTC stands for Fibre To The Cabinet. FTTC uses technology that is based on a combination of fibre optic cable and copper cable. The fibre optic cable runs from the local telephone exchange to a distribution point (commonly refereed to as cabinet), hence the name. From the distribution point, a standard telephone line based on copper is used to deliver the broadband service.
FTTC broadband comes in two varients, the first is upto 80Mbps download and upto 20Mbps upload. The second varient is upto 40Mbps download and upto 10Mbps upload.
Generally it will take a couple of weeks to get FTTC installed. There are several different contributing factors that will determine the timescale, but the average time is a couple of weeks.
This really depends of how much bandwidth each person is using, but generally anything between 1 and 30 would be ideal for FTTC.
Simply get it touch with us today, we will come and do a site survey for you.
You don’t need anything, our engineers will take care of the installation process.
Yes, our support team is based in the UK.
We provide services exclusively to businesses, which means the network isn’t crowded with heavy consumer traffic and we’re able to optimise the service provided to you.
Perfect! As we can supply all your voice and data, you can reduce your supply chain overhead and benefit from having just one supplier, one bill and a single point of contact