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Unleash the Power of Connectivity with in2com Broadband

Dive into our pricing matrix, where In2Com sets the stage for connectivity that's truly exceptional. Explore our SOGEA and FTTP offerings ranging from 80 Mbps to a whopping 1000 Mbps – speeds rarely offered by others. Elevate your digital experience with In2Com, where uncommon speeds meet unbeatable value.

Product Speed Managed & Monitored Static IP Truly Unlimited Monthly Price Install Price
SoGEA 80/20 80/20 👍 👍 👍 £36.00 £90.00
FTTP 115/20 80/20 👍 👍 👍 £36.00 £60.00
FTTP 160/30 160/30 👍 👍 👍 £39.00 £60.00
FTTP 220/30 220/30 👍 👍 👍 £41.00 £60.00
FTTP 330/50 330/50 👍 👍 👍 £48.00 £60.00
FTTP 550/75 550/75 👍 👍 👍 £54.99 £60.00
FTTP 1000/115 1000/115 👍 👍 👍 £59.99 £60.00

What is FTTP

Fiber to the Premises (FTTP) is a broadband technology that involves the deployment of fiber-optic cables directly to individual homes, businesses, or other premises. Unlike traditional broadband technologies that rely on copper or coaxial cables, FTTP uses optical fibers made of glass or plastic to transmit data using pulses of light.

FTTP offers significant advantages in terms of speed, reliability, and bandwidth capacity. It can deliver extremely high data transfer rates, often reaching gigabit speeds or even higher. The direct fiber connection eliminates many of the limitations associated with traditional copper-based technologies, such as signal degradation over longer distances.

In summary, FTTP represents a cutting-edge broadband solution that leverages the speed and efficiency of fiber-optic technology to provide fast and reliable internet access directly to homes and businesses.

What is SoGEA

Single Order Generic Ethernet Access (SoGEA) is a broadband service that delivers a standalone, high-speed internet connection without the need for an active phone line. It allows customers to access broadband services over the traditional copper infrastructure, separating the broadband service from the telephone service. This provides greater flexibility and options for consumers who may not require a traditional landline but still want access to high-speed internet. SoGEA is particularly relevant in areas where the copper infrastructure is prevalent and widely available.