Any business considering cloud-based products or looking to implement broadband hungry technologies like video conferencing or Microsoft Teams should really consider whether your current Broadband will be sufficient to meet the any increased bandwidth requirements.
Legacy Telecom Ltd offers fast, reliable, and secure business broadband and connectivity solutions.
Business Broadband and Connectivity Solutions
At Legacy Telecom Ltd, we offer a range of business broadband and connectivity solutions to meet your needs. Our experienced team can help you find the right solution for your business, whether you need fibre broadband, leased lines, or MPLS networks.
Our fibre broadband solutions offer fast and reliable internet connectivity for your business. With speeds of up to 1Gbps, you can be sure that your business will have the bandwidth it needs to operate efficiently.
Our leased line solutions offer dedicated, high-speed internet connectivity for your business. With guaranteed bandwidth and symmetrical upload and download speeds, you can be sure that your business will have the connectivity it needs to operate at its best.
Our MPLS network solutions offer secure and reliable connectivity for your business. With the ability to connect multiple sites and prioritise traffic, you can be sure that your business will have the connectivity it needs to operate efficiently.
At Legacy Telecom Ltd, we understand the importance of secure connectivity for your business. That's why we offer a range of solutions to ensure that your business's data is protected, including VPNs and firewalls.
Slow Business Broadband and the BT Switch Off in 2025: What You Need to Know
Slow business broadband can be a major headache for any company. It can lead to lost productivity, missed opportunities, and frustrated employees. Unfortunately, slow broadband is a common problem for many businesses, and it's only going to get worse as the BT switch off approaches.
What is the BT switch off?
The BT switch off is the planned phase-out of the UK's traditional telephone network, known as the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). This network has been in place for over 100 years and is now outdated. BT has announced that it will switch off the PSTN in 2025 and replace it with a new, all-IP (Internet Protocol) network.
What does this mean for businesses?
The switch off of the PSTN will have a significant impact on businesses that rely on traditional phone lines for their broadband connection. Many businesses still use ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) broadband, which relies on the PSTN to deliver the connection. When the PSTN is switched off, ADSL broadband will no longer be available.
Fibre to the premises (FTTP) is a type of broadband connection that uses fibre optic cables to deliver high-speed internet directly to a property. This means that the connection is faster and more reliable than traditional copper-based connections, as it is not affected by distance from the exchange. FTTP is ideal for businesses that require fast and reliable internet connectivity for their operations.
Fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) is a type of broadband connection that uses fibre optic cables to connect a street cabinet to the exchange, and then uses traditional copper cables to deliver the connection to a property. This means that the connection is faster than traditional copper-based connections, but not as fast or reliable as Fibre to the premises (FTTP). FTTC is ideal for businesses that require a faster connection than traditional broadband, but do not require the high speeds and reliability of FTTP.
ADSL is ideal for very small companies with very little email and internet usage, however if you are considering collaborative features that are broadband hungry then you should really consider a more responsive product that will allow your business to operate in a dynamic way to maintain broadband speeds.
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