Super Fast Broadband

Superfast broadband usually refers to broadband with a theoretical top download speed above the standard ADSL Max 8 Mb.

It is ideal for some online interactive tasks and for downloading lots of very large files and applications. High speed packages tend to also include higher upload speeds.

Superfast broadband is delivered via cable or using broadband providers’ own equipment in BT exchanges (known as local loop unbundling), as their modern equipment allows faster speeds.

Providers of superfast broadband in the UK include Virgin Media (up to 10 Mb) , UK Online (up to 22 Mb), and Be (up to 24 Mb).

Up to 24 Mb broadband is delivered via ADSL2+.

By Sarah at UK Broadband Finder
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