Can I get broadband without a phone line?
The answer is yes, BUT subject to availability.
It all depends on your location. Contact us to check availability in your address.
Why do we have to pay for a phone line to have broadband?
Most fibre services are known as FTTC “fibre to the cabinet”. The fibre connection runs up to the nearest street cabinet; from the cabinet to your premises, the connection is made over the copper wires of the phone network and a phone line & number is automatically activated. The line rental cost is included in the monthly broadband price.
What is SOGEA?
SOGEA broadband is a new range of Broadband Only services that give you fibre internet without needing a landline.
What this new service does, in simple words, is separating the phone system from the physical copper wire. So you are not charged for the phone line that you do not need.
SOGEA is already available to many but not to all yet.
Contact us to check availability in your address.
What are the benefits of Broadband Only service?
What are the disadvantages?
What is FTTP Broadband?
FTTP or Fibre To The Premises is exactly that; a broadband connection supplied solely through fibre optic cables, from the broadband exchange right into your home.
It is also known as ultrafast full fibre broadband because it can deliver speeds of up to 1,000Mbps (megabits per second).
What are the pros and cons of FTTP?
If you do not need a phone line, there are only pros. FTTP is the fastest, most reliable and cost effective broadband service you can get (apart from leased lines that are much more expensive).