THE FUTURE IS FIBRE

Forget copper! As broadband demands increase with technological advancements, 100% fibre optics are the new standard for higher network speeds, stability and quality.

THE X-FACTOR

The reason we are so confident is because we are 100% fibre optics from end to end, unlike service providers who use a combination of copper and fibre optics. On top of that, we own the infrastructure and network we use so we can ensure the quality of the service we deliver to you.

WHY 100% FIBRE?

HIGHER SPEEDS

Light travels faster, no questions about that. Since optic fibres transmit light, they can deliver much higher speeds than copper cables. A 100% fibre optic connection allows us to ensure that you get the speeds you subscribe to.

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BETTER STABILITY

Fibre optics is much less susceptible to environmental factors such as temperature and electromagnetic interference. In addition, attenuation is lower with fibre optics as well. This translates to a more stable connection for you.

HOW WE BRING FIBRE BROADBAND TO YOU

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT

  • You can see the light from the sun, right? Think of the distance that the light has had to travel. Data transmitted through fibre optics travels the same way, as digital light signals. Impressive.
  • The fastest recorded speed for data transmission over a fibre optic cable is 5.5 Terabits of data over a distance of 7,000 kilometres!
  • Copper cables transmit analog signals, kind of like sound waves. You wouldn’t be able to clearly make out what a man is shouting from one building to the next. Imagine trying to send data across the country via copper cables now.
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FIBRE VS COPPER

FIBRE

  • Lasts longer, about 15 to 20 years
  • Takes up less space
  • Cheaper to produce
  • Immune to most environmental interferences
  • Conveys data much faster
  • Delivers more consistent speed
  • Future-proof technology

COPPER

  • Costlier to produce
  • Signal quality is affected by distance
  • Not consistent
  • Susceptible to environmental interference
  • Experiences high signal loss at high frequencies
  • Can short out or start fires if damaged

Fast track your way to a fibre-powered future now!

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