What is the difference between broadband and Wi-Fi?
Wi-Fi and broadband are often discussed as if they are the same thing. However, they should really be considered separately. Through our ultrafast full fibre network, you will be getting the fastest type of connection available to you, the limits of fibre-optic are nowhere near fully explored. Broadband requires a physical connection with a cable, while Wi-FI gives the ability to connect multiple devices instantly and freely.
Wi-Fi devices will share bandwidth, while a broadband cable gives you a more stable connection.
It's worth considering how you're going to make use of this around the home: could you cable the bigger devices? What will manage total Wi-Fi coverage? For more guidance please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, 01865 591131