We provide FTTC broadband connections and ADSL broadband connections. Below we look at the differences and pricing;

FTTC Broadband (Fibre-to-the-Cabinet)

Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC) involves running fibre optic cables from the telephone exchange or distribution point to the street cabinets which then connect to a standard phone line to provide broadband. This is combined with a copper cable from the cabinet to the home or business which uses VDSL or similar technology that can deliver much faster speeds over shorter distances.

ADSL Broadband (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line)

ADSL uses the old copper wire system of your existing phone line all of the way back to the telephone exchange and as a result, means speeds are much lower the further away from the telephone exchange you get, something which FTTC (above) overcomes. The speed of your ADSL broadband varies according to where you live, but you can expect an average speed of up to 16Mbps.

SCIS UK Limited Broadband Costs:

FTTC Unlimited (Up to 80mb download / 20mb upload) £31.50 + VAT per month (includes line, cannot be used for calling)
ADSL Unlimited £31.50 + VAT per month (includes line, cannot be used for calling)