AllPoints Fibre gives you and your family the foundation to access unlimited benefits and opportunities. As we become more reliant on technology and the internet to go about our daily lives, while enjoying access to streaming platforms and online content in the comfort of our homes, fast and reliable fibre can help us change the way we live, play, learn and work.
We deliver what we say. Fibre into your home at speeds of up to 1 Gigabit (1,000Mbps) per second OR MORE. Unlike most so-called ‘fibre’ broadband, AllPoints Fibre is synonymous with the speed of light, all the way from the internet exchange directly into your home, and the advantages are obvious...
Open Access encourages exceptional level of service, freedom of choice at competitive prices – changing provider is easy as you are not locked into a monopoly, and can choose from multiple types of services offered by multiple providers simultaneously.
Just take a few moments to think about the things in your home that already rely on internet connectivity … Mobile Phones, Laptops and Tablets, Televisions, Set-Top Boxes and Games Consoles, the list is endless.
Also, it’s not uncommon for the modern household to have already installed Door Bells, CCTV, Washing Machines and other Kitchen Appliances, Exercise Equipment and many other web-enabled devices ...
And if you don’t have them now, you might have them in the not-too-distant future, so isn’t it worth future-proofing your home with 100% dedicated fibre broadband now and being prepared for what’s to come?
Fibre optic cables are laid all the way from the signal source directly into your home.
The external fibre is routed through this CTB. The fibre is routed in a direct line from the service point or “Toby” – the connection point to the AllPoints Fibre network – near the premises to be connected.
Fixed on the internal wall of the premises, the ONU is a fibre converter that delivers the subscriber's connection to the AllPoints Fibre network. The router connects to this ONU.
Supplied by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). This plugs into the ONU to create a local wireless network for a home or workplace.
*OFCOM Communications Market Report 2021 (UK Home Broadband Performance Report) - Median Average download and upload speeds.