At Frontier, we offer a range of broadband solutions

Take a look at the different types of broadband we provide and find the one that’s right for you:

ADSL Max

Product type: Asymmetric (higher download than upload)

How the service is delivered to the user: Twisted copper pair to the street cabinet, twisted copper pair from the cabinet to the customer premises

How speeds are set on the circuit: Rate adaptive (service is set to the fastest speed in the copper line can support)

Maximum download speed (up to): 8mbps

Maximum upload speed (up to): 832kbps

What determines actual speed delivered to the user: Quality of the copper pair, distance from the exchange (based on the length of the copper pair, not as the crow flies)

Shared or private? Shared

SLA on circuit? No

24/7 support on circuit? No

ADSL2+ Annex M

Product type: Asymmetric (higher download than upload)

How the service is delivered to the user: Twisted copper pair to the street cabinet, twisted copper pair from the cabinet to the customer premises

How speeds are set on the circuit: Rate adaptive (service is set to the fastest speed in the copper line can support)

Maximum download speed (up to): 24mbps

Maximum upload speed (up to): 2.5mbps

What determines actual speed delivered to the user: Quality of the copper pair, distance from the exchange (based on the length of the copper pair, not as the crow flies)

Shared or private? Shared

SLA on circuit? No

24/7 support on circuit? No

EoFTTC

Product type: Symmetrical (same download and upload)

How the service is delivered to the user: Ethernet fibre to the street cabinet, twisted copper pair from the cabinet to the customer premises

How speeds are set on the circuit: Rate adaptive (service is set to the fastest speed in the copper line can support)

Maximum download speed (up to): 20mbps

Maximum upload speed (up to): 20mbps

What determines actual speed delivered to the user: Quality of the copper pair, distance from the exchange (based on the length of the copper pair, not as the crow flies)

Shared or private? Private

SLA on circuit? Yes

24/7 support on circuit? Yes

Ethernet

Product type: Symmetrical (same download and upload)

How the service is delivered to the user: Ethernet fibre from the customers premises to the exchange

How speeds are set on the circuit: Customer chooses bandwidth requirement at point of order

Maximum download speed (up to): from 10mb to 1gb

Maximum upload speed (up to): from 10mb to 1gb

What determines actual speed delivered to the user: Capacity of the ethernet fibre circuit

Shared or private? Private

SLA on circuit? Yes

24/7 support on circuit? Yes

ADSL2+

Product type: Asymmetric (higher download than upload)

How the service is delivered to the user: Twisted copper pair to the street cabinet, twisted copper pair from the cabinet to the customer premises

How speeds are set on the circuit: Rate adaptive (service is set to the fastest speed in the copper line can support)

Maximum download speed (up to): 24mbps

Maximum upload speed (up to): 1.2mbps

What determines actual speed delivered to the user: Quality of the copper pair, distance from the exchange (based on the length of the copper pair, not as the crow flies)

Shared or private? Shared

SLA on circuit? No

24/7 support on circuit? No

FTTC

Product type: Asymmetric (higher download than upload)

How the service is delivered to the user: Fibre optic cable to street cabinet, twisted copper pair from the cabinet to the customer premises

How speeds are set on the circuit: Rate adaptive (service is set to the fastest speed in the copper line can support)

Maximum download speed (up to): 76mbps

Maximum upload speed (up to): 19mbps

What determines actual speed delivered to the user: Quality of the copper pair, distance from the exchange (based on the length of the copper pair, not as the crow flies)

Shared or private? Shared

SLA on circuit? No

24/7 support on circuit? No

EFM

Product type: Symmetrical (same download and upload)

How the service is delivered to the user: Up to four bonded twisted copper pairs from the cabinet to the customer premises

How speeds are set on the circuit: Rate adaptive (service is set to the fastest speed in the copper line can support)

Maximum download speed (up to): 35mbps

Maximum upload speed (up to): 35mbps

What determines actual speed delivered to the user: Quality of the copper pair, distance from the exchange (based on the length of the copper pair, not as the crow flies)

Shared or private? Private

SLA on circuit? Yes

24/7 support on circuit? Yes

We’d be delighted to talk to you about your broadband requirements. Please give us a call to find out more on 08000 92 62 32 or email marcoms@fvdata.co.uk.

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