SA1 Telecoms are an industry leader for broadband solutions with many packages that can be tailored to your needs, from Fibre Broadband to Fixed Line.
Through SA1 Telecoms your business could benefit from an internet connection in the form of a Leased Line, FTTP (Fibre to the Premises), SoGea FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet), Mobile Internet or via Satellite Signal.
Each business will have its own individual requirements and SA1 will work with you to assess your needs, available internet options and budget to recommend and provide the best solution available to you.
You can find information below about all types of Internet which may be available for your Business below.Get in Touch about Broadband
A Leased lines is the pinnacle of connectivity, and it is capable of providing speeds up to 10Gbps.
Leased line services are mainly synchronous which means you will receive the same speeds for uploads and downloads. A business leased line is dedicated to your business and your business only which prevents other users accessing your bandwidth - this in turn creates more reliability and security for your connection.
As a high end service, Leased lines come with superior Service Level Agreements and providing they fit your budget would be the best option for any business that needs a fast and reliable dedicated connection.
FTTP (Fibre to the Premises) is the both the latest and the future of high speed broadband.
It uses the same technology as Leased Lines but at a fraction of the cost.
FTTP uses optical cables and light to transmit data directly into your business and can provide speeds up to 1Gbps. FTTP is a high performance, cost effective and ultra-reliable broadband service for businesses.
SoGea (Single Order Generic Ethernet Access) is a modern broadband line which utilises the existing copper network infrastructure. It is a Fibre to the Cabinet service running on copper lines that has no phone service attached due to there being less demand for traditional phone lines for businesses who have switched (or plan to switch to VoIP).
Speeds up to 80Mbps download and 20Mbps upload can be achieved however the speed is dependent on how far you are located away from your cabinet.
Mobile broadband has come on leaps and bounds in the last few years enabling businesses to have a reliable and flexible internet service using portable equipment.
With the roll out of 5G across the UK you can expect to receive download speeds of approximately 200Mbps.
For remote sites that can’t get the traditional services due to location, this can be a much better alternative. 4G and 5G Mobile Internet is being used regularly as a backup service to other broadband connections.
Satellite broadband is an alternative service for businesses which cannot access fixed line broadband such as those in remote locations. Speeds can currently vary however there has been a lot of investment in this service and the technology is improving. This type of connection usually has a data limit and can be more expensive than the 5G option.
Dual-WAN (or Multi-WAN) connectivity is achieved by aggregating connection types together. This provides businesses with resilience and redundancy in their connection. This can be an essential service for businesses when a small outage has a big impact. The most common is to use a 4G or 5G mobile backup to automatically keep your connection up in the event of any issue.