Business Broadband from Cellular Solutions provides low-cost, high-speed access to the Internet using either Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) where available, with speeds of up to 1Gbps, or a futureproof SoGEA service. If required, we can also provide a suitable and cost effective VoIP service on this line for making and receiving calls.

We only provide business grade services, with options for traffic prioritisation on the network. We can also supply pre-configured WiFi routers in conjunction with the service, so you have a single supplier and single point of contact.

We can check the availability of all of these services in your area, using either your full address or the number of an existing single analogue line. We can offer contract terms from 30 days to 36 months, all at competitive prices.

Leased Lines

Leased lines and Ethernet technology offer dedicated, reliable and secure connectivity where high availability and resilience are required. Leased lines offer scalable solutions of up to 10,000 Mbps (10 Gigabit) and can be used to link offices together or to connect to the Internet offering a high-speed connection.

As the cost of bandwidth falls, customers are finding that we are able to replace their existing low-speed connections with much higher speed connections without any increase in costs. High speed connections allow applications to run more efficiently and open the door to converging separate voice and data services on to a single, cost-effective connection.

We can offer automatic failover to a carrier diverse back up leased line, or, for the ultimate resilience, we can provide RAO2 resilience with two circuits coming from different exchanges and entering your building via two different access points. Standalone services can be delivered as either managed, with a router, or as wires only.

The main advantages of ethernet over broadband are as follows:

  • No contention, so unlike broadband, you are not sharing the bandwidth with other users and so speeds will not suffer during peak periods.
  • Speeds are symmetrical, so the upload speed will be the same as the download speed.
  • The SLA for faults is far more rigorous than broadband, typically being 6 hours for a loss of service.