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Confused about connectivity? Or looking to explore new solutions as your business needs change? Whatever your circumstances our connectivity tool could help you identify the perfect fit for your business.

Whether it’s ADSL or Superfast you need, or a faster, more reliable connection like Ethernet over FTTC or full fibre Ethernet, we can help you connect better to your customers, suppliers and teams.

Uncover your new normal and enhance your business communications with a cost-effective connection from us.



How many users do you have?

Which of these most accurately fit your business needs?

How important is connectivity to your business?

Resilience: Do you require a backup service in the event of a fault on the primary connection?

Do you currently have a wired network in your place of work?

Based on your answers ADSL Broadband may be the most suitable product which meets your needs.


ADSL Broadband

Copper connects you to the nearest street cabinet, then copper connects you from the street cabinet to the exchange, which is then aggregated into the Daisy network to provide internet access. ADSL broadband may be a suitable option for a small site or homeworker where limited speed is required and a temporary drop in speed is less likely to have a significant impact on your business. Daisy would generally recommend Superfast Broadband where available.

Expected Service Availability 97.00%

For a quote specific to your business please submit your details below and we will contact you with further information.

Based on your answers Superfast Broadband may be the most suitable product which meets your needs.


Superfast Broadband

Superfast Broadband or Fibre-To-The-Cabinet (FTTC) connects you to the nearest street cabinet by copper wiring and then fibre connects you from the street cabinet which is then aggregated into the Daisy network to provide internet access. Superfast Broadband provides higher speeds and a generally more reliable service than basic ADSL broadband.

Expected Service Availability 99.80%

For a quote specific to your business please submit your details below and we will contact you with further information.

Based on your answers ADSL Broadband may be the most suitable product which meets your needs.


Ultrafast Broadband

Ultrafast Broadband or Fibre-To-The-Premises (FTTP) utilises fibre from your premises all the way to Daisy network, providing much higher speeds and a significantly more reliable service than FTTC and ADSL broadband alternatives. FTTP availability is limited so may not be in your area yet, if this is the case our team will look to provide you with the best possible alternative product specific to your needs.

Expected Service Availability 99.80%

For a quote specific to your business please submit your details below and we will contact you with further information.

Based on your answers Dedicated Fibre Ethernet may be the most suitable product which meets your needs.


Dedicated Fibre Ethernet

A dedicated fibre ethernet provides an uncontended service with variable speed options between 10Mbit/s and 10Gbit/s depending on your business needs. As an uncontended service your bandwidth is reserved for your business and not impacted by network congestion at peak times. As a dedicated (unshared) service you will benefit from improved service availability and repair times in the unlikely event your service is disrupted.

Expected Service Availability 99.93%

For a quote specific to your business please submit your details below and we will contact you with further information.

Based on your answers Dedicated Fibre Ethernet With Diverse Routing may be the most suitable product which meets your needs.


Deadicated Fibre Ethernet With Diverse Routing

Your answers indicate that connectivity is critical to your business. Diverse routing means that your business is supported by two dedicated Fibre Ethernet services. You will receive an unshared, uncontended service which means your bandwidth is reserved your business and not impacted by network congestion at busy times. Diverse routing means in the event of a failure of your primary circuit, a secondary circuit will seemlessly takeover without you noticing any disruption or drop in service.

Expected Service Availability 100.00%

For a quote specific to your business please submit your details below and we will contact you with further information.