SureVoIP Broadband now available

SureVoIP’s new VoIP optimised Internet connectivity takes all your telephone call traffic straight into the SureVoIP core network (now celebrating its 1st anniversary) without having to go over the public internet. This gives you the best possible business grade phone call.

This, along with SureVoIP’s presence in the two main UK public Internet exchanges, LINX and LONAP, enables it to be in full control of your traffic and thus provide a higher level of service – providing one of the best networks for business VoIP in the UK.

We are extremely happy to offer, after 8 months testing, four tiers of VoIP optimised business broadband:

  1. SureVoIP Business Premier
  2. SureVoIP Business Standard
  3. SureVoIP Business Basic
  4. SureVoIP Fibre (FTTC)

These products have a bigger download speed vs upload speed.

We can also offer:

  1. Leased Lines / Ethernet
  2. EFM (Ethernet for the First Mile)
  3. Custom point to point solutions for larger businesses

These products offer the same download and upload speed.

 

SuperConnected Cities

SureVoIP is also a member of the SuperConnected Cities BDUK Connection Vouchers Scheme, which is available in the following cities and gives you access to a £3000 voucher:

Inverness, Aberdeen, Dundee, Perth, Stirling, Edinburgh, Glasgow

Belfast, Birmingham, Brighton and Hove, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Coventry, Derby, Derry/Londonderry, Leeds-Bradford, London, Manchester, Newcastle, Newport, Oxford, Perth, Portsmouth, Salford, York

Please contact us for more information.

Ofcom launch UK’s first interactive map of fixed broadband which is great for VoIP

Ofcom has today launched the UK’s first interactive map of fixed broadband, using actual data provided by communications providers about the UK’s broadband infrastructure.

This is excellent for customers wishing to check if their connection will suitable for using Business VoIP services and how many calls they can make over it.

The map, available at http://maps.ofcom.org.uk/broadband/, was compiled using data provided by communications providers and covers 200 administrative authorities.

Contact SureVoIP if you have any questions about this new service from Ofcom.

Ofcom is required to submit a report on the UK’s communications infrastructure to the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport every three years.  As the first stage of meeting our infrastructure duty, Ofcom is publishing the online map, which allows users to zoom in and out of administrative authorities of the UK and provides a range of data to offer a picture of broadband provision in each area.

Specifically it covers:

–          availability of superfast broadband (the percentage of addresses which are within the coverage area of superfast broadband networks);

–          average broadband take-up (excluding superfast broadband connections);

–          average maximum speed for ADSL and cable services (excluding superfast broadband); and

–          the percentage of homes with broadband currently not receiving 2Mbit/s speeds.

 

The report which accompanies the map can be found here: http://maps.ofcom.org.uk/broadband/downloads/ofcom-uk-broadband-speed-report-2011.pdf