Business Broadband from Cellular Solutions provides low-cost, high-speed access to the Internet using an existing analogue telephone line. It is ideal for home workers or offices. As Broadband uses an existing copper wire analogue line, you can make voice calls at the same time as using the Internet or accessing email, without the need for a costly second line.

We provide business grade services with traffic prioritisation on the network. Both ADSL and ADSL2+ services can be packaged to include assured rates to guarantee download speeds during the busiest periods of the day.

In addition to ADSL, Cellular Solutions can also provide fibre broadband where available – also known as Fibre To The Cabinet, or FTTC this is a high-speed and reliable internet connection that offers download speeds of up to 80 Mbps and upload speeds of up to 20 Mbps.

With FTTC, you can enjoy super-fast broadband speeds, enabling your organisation to make the most of cloud services, including hosted voice communications and enterprise email, as well as file and video sharing and for supporting SIP trunks. It’s also the ideal choice for VPN services, giving multiple users a quick and secure connection.

Fibre To The Premises or FTTP, is now starting to be rolled out and where it is available, it offers speeds of up to 1Gbps. It is a pure fibre connection all the way from the exchange into your business. We can check the availability of all of these services in your area using either your full address or the number of a single analogue line.

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.

A simple example of this would be installing a new 10mbps connection to replace an existing low-speed 2mbps Internet connection and an existing ISDN 30 voice circuit where the new high speed connection carries both Internet traffic and incoming and outgoing voice calls via SIP trunks. This can be further supplemented with a second, back-up connection with automated fail over to further increase resilience against the failure of any single component used to provide the service.

Why get a Leased Line?

  • High capacity and flexible connectivity
  • Dedicated and un-contended bandwidth
  • Resilience
  • Voice and data convergence
  • Fully managed or wires only service
  • Service level agreements that cover delivery, performance, availability and time to fix.