Ethernet over FTTC bridges the gap between broadband and leased line, offering a steadfast internet connectivity solution without a premium pricetag

What is Ethernet over FTTC?

EoFTTC uses the existing copper wires, which have been used to carry fibre broadband to the green street cabinet, to connect to your business. Then, there’s an uncontended, dedicated Ethernet placed on top of this, transforming your connection into a high speed, hybrid solution.

When this is installed, it means you don’t have to share your network with anyone else. It’s the perfect solution for businesses wanting to see what leased line connectivity has to offer.

Benefits of EoFTTC

  • Unlimited download limit
  • Up to 20 Mbps symmetrical upload and download speeds
  • 24/7/365 UK-based customer support
  • Free DDoS cyber security
  • Free static IP address
  • Ideal for up to 20 users
EoFTTC / GEA
Download Speeds
2 Mbps - 20 Mbps
Uploads Speeds
2 Mbps - 20 Mbps
Unlimited
Data
Prices from £114
EFM
Download Speeds
2 Mbps - 35 Mbps
Uploads Speeds
2 Mbps - 35 Mbps
Unlimited
Data
Prices from £133
Fibre Flex
Download Speeds
1Gb flex
200Mb guaranteed minimum
Upload Speeds
1Gb flex
200Mb guaranteed minimum
Unlimited
Data
Prices from £197
Fibre Ethernet
Download Speeds
10 Mbps - 1 Gbps
Uploads Speeds
10 Mbps - 1 Gbps
Unlimited
Data
Prices from £199
Point-to-Point
Download Speeds
10 Mbps - 1 Gbps
Uploads Speeds
10 Mbps - 1 Gbps
Unlimited
Data
Prices from £199

Why Daisy?

Business-grade services

We’re one of the only Ethernet over FTTC providers who work solely with UK businesses which means your connectivity won’t be impacted by residential traffic. Your EoFTTC connection won’t be slowed down during peak times as we’ll manage your traffic efficiently during business working hours.

Great value

Thanks to our unique commercial agreements with major suppliers such as TalkTalk, Virgin and BT, we can aggregate the best business EoFTTC services and, as an independent provider, we’ll get you the most competitive prices in the marketplace.

3. Breadth of choice

If you want scalable dedicated internet access, we have a variety of highly-secure Ethernet options, including Ethernet over fibre to the cabinet with symmetrical speeds of up to 20Mbps. If you need a more complex, or faster Ethernet solution, we can also help find a networking solution to suit your business.

Speed promise

All of our Ethernet over FTTC services are dedicated ensuring you get guaranteed symmetrical speeds – uploading is as fast as downloading. Plus, they come with service availability up to 99.93% and are backed by robust SLAs to ensure in the unlikely event of a fault, you’re back up and running quickly.

Cybersecurity protection

All of our EoFTTC services come with distributed denial of service (DDoS) protection as standard. As everyday cybersecurity attacks increase in frequency, you can rest assured we’ll be monitoring your Ethernet over fibre to the cabinet service 24/7/365 to keep you protected and allow you to focus on running your business.

Excellent customer service

For more than 25 years, we’ve owned and operated our own core network to ensure our customers receive quality Ethernet over FTTC services. Our 4.6 score on Trustpilot is evidence of this commitment and the service our friendly, UK-based, 24/7 fault team provide if you do experience a problem.

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