ADSL Broadband

Simple, cost-effective broadband

connectAssure™ ADSL broadband uses your existing phone line to deliver high speed internet access. Depending on your location, you will have access to either ADSL or high speed Fibre (FTTC) services.

With the "privacy" option, your service is configured to become a private connection, which removes the risk of snooping and hacking. We manage the installation, so there is no need for dedicated and costly IT resources. Our fast installation times mean you can quickly bring new sites online as your business grows.

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  • Accessible to 99% of UK businesses
  • Cost-effective network access option for multiple sites
  • Use in conjunction with connectAssure™ MPLS
  • Full UK-based telephone and online support
  • Flexible contract periods
  • Free router (with upgrade option)

Ideal for:

  • Small to medium-sized businesses looking to for a low cost connectivity solution with private network capabilities.


£29.99 per month

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  • Setup fee FREE
  • Ideal for 30 concurrent calls¹
  • IP Address 1 included²
  • Network type Public access
  • Internet bandwidth Unlimited
  • Line rental FREE
  • Max download/upload 24Mbps/2.5Mbps

Private Voice

£49.99 per month

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  • Setup fee FREE**
  • Ideal for Enhanced privacy and security
  • IP Address 1 private included
  • Network type: Private accessº
  • Max download/upload N/A

**On 36 month contract, otherwise setup fee is £99 | ¹Based on location of nearest exchange | ²Additional 5 - £5/month | ºPrivate access - this connection can only be used to access Telappliant VoIP and Cloud services.

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  • What is ADSL?
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What’s the difference between ADSL and Fibre (VDSL)?

VDSL or FTTC (Fibre To The Cabinet), is the next generation of superfast fibre Internet. FTTC uses a fibre optics, which provide much higher upload and download speeds than a conventional copper wire connection.

ADSL is similar in technology to FTTC but has much slower speeds of up to 20Mbps. However it’s available to 99% of businesses in the UK where as VDSL is more limited.

Both technologies work over your existing phone line. ADSL speeds are affected by the distance to your local telephone exchange, which could be many miles away. FTTC is much faster as the connection is between your home phone line and the green cabinets you can see on the street, so a much shorter distance.

Who needs ADSL?

• Small businesses that require a cost-effective internet service
• Organisations that require a backup connection to the internet
• Home businesses looking for a money-saving connection

How does ADSL work?

DSL works using ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) technology to provide high speed internet that delivers up to 24Mbps downstream, with users getting faster speeds depending on the length of the phone line. ADSL operates over your existing phone line, allowing you to be online while still being able to receive phone calls.

ADSL's biggest benefit is its asymmetric connectivity. This means that the flow of data is greater in one direction, allowing for faster download speeds than upload speeds. This is ideal for businesses that prioritise downloading over uploading.

How reliable is ADSL?

ADSL is widely available in the UK, 99% of the population has access. As the connection relies on local phone lines, it’s more reliable. Telappliant offer full business phone support, so if you have a problem it will be resolved quickly.

What is ADSL?

By using existing phone lines, you will be connected to the Internet in as little as 5 days, making it ideal for those looking for a quick solution. ADSL is the perfect internet connection to get when FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) is not available in your area, as there is coverage in almost all of the country.

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