Fibre to the Premises

Fibre to the premises (FTTP) broadband is a type of internet connection that provides users with high-speed internet through a direct fibre optic cable connection from the internet service provider (ISP) to the home or business premises. This means that the signal is carried entirely over fibre optic cables, without any copper cables. Really important, since these are being switched-off!

FTTP broadband is different from other types of broadband connections, such as ADSL, which use copper cables to carry the signal from the exchange to the premises. FTTP broadband offers faster and more reliable internet speeds, as well as lower latency and higher bandwidth. This makes it ideal for households that require high-speed internet for streaming, gaming, or downloading large files.

One of the main advantages of FTTP broadband is that it is future-proof. It is capable of delivering internet speeds of up to 1 Gbps and can easily be upgraded to meet the ever-increasing demand for faster internet speeds. It is also more secure than other types of broadband connections, as fibre optic cables are less susceptible to interference from external sources.

FTTP broadband is widely available in many areas and less expensive than old types of broadband connections. It requires specialist installation, which is installed beside the old connection, so there is no time-consuming disruption. FTTP broadband is becoming increasingly popular as more ISPs invest in fibre optic infrastructure.

Call our Fibre Team at Pink Connect today and get up to speed! 0345 450 9393 or email