Bonded SDSL boasts rapid speeds and excellent coverage
SDSL provider Managed Comms is very much aware that the subject of superfast broadband is well and truly in the spotlight at the moment.
The Conservative party has announced plans to roll out a high-speed network in major urban areas while Labour wants to introduce a 50p tax on existing landlines to widen access.
And BT has been putting the finishing touches to a £1.5 billion fibre-optic network in parts of Greater Manchester; some 100,000 homes and businesses are expected to gain access.
However, the SDSL provider has admitted that its service – which should deliver download speeds peaking at 40Mbps and significantly lower upload rates – will not be available to everyone even in these isolated areas due to technical reasons.
One thing seems to have been overlooked, however; leading SDSL provider Managed Comms can already deliver superfast broadband speeds.
Our bonded symmetric digital subscriber lines have been giving businesses download and upload speeds of up to 32 Mbps for some time, which is more than enough to enjoy cloud computing, lightening fast system backups and HD videoconferencing.
What’s more, unlike some SDSL providers we can provide access to the majority of UK businesses.
As well as delivering to companies near the 1,076 BT SDSL-enabled exchanges, we also have access to a host of other exchanges.
So even if you’ve been told by BT that it’s not possible to get rapid SDSL in your area, you may still be able to get superfast broadband speeds with Managed Comms.