Open up a new digital world with a dedicated, managed and high speed EFM connection

What is Ethernet in the First Mile?

Ethernet First Mile (EFM), put simply, is a dedicated internet solution which uses multiple copper wires instead of fibre.

It’s ideal for businesses where full leased line Ethernet isn’t yet available, or for those who don’t want to fork out for a full-fibre option just yet.

It’s also dedicated, meaning your business will be the only one using your network, and you’ll be in complete control of the connection.

Benefits of EFM?

  • Up to 35 Mbps symmetrical upload and download speeds
  • Unlimited download limit
  • 24/7/365 customer support
  • Free static IP
  • Ideal for up to 20 users
EFM
Download Speeds
2 Mbps - 35 Mbps
Upload Speeds
2 Mbps - 35 Mbps
Unlimited
Data
Prices from £133
Fibre Ethernet
Download Speeds
2 Mbps - 1 Gbps
Upload Speeds
2 Mbps - 1 Gbps
Unlimited
Data
Prices from £199
Point-to-Point
Download Speeds
10 Mbps - 1 Gbps
Upload Speeds
10 Mbps - 1 Gbps
Unlimited
Data
Prices from £199

Why Daisy?

Business-grade services

Unlike most Ethernet First Mile providers, we only work with UK businesses meaning your service isn’t impacted by residential traffic. During business working hours, your traffic is managed and transported in the most efficient way to ensure your EFM connection doesn’t slow during peak times.

Great value

Get some of the most competitive EFM prices in the marketplace thanks to our unique commercial agreements with some of the best-known, major suppliers. As an independent provider, we can aggregate the best Ethernet First Mile services from suppliers such as TalkTalk, Virgin and BT.

Breadth of choice

With speeds of up to 35Mbps, Ethernet First Mile is just one of our secure Ethernet solutions. If you want scalable dedicated internet access, our highly-secure networking options offer symmetrical speeds and unlimited download limits.

Speed promise

All of our Ethernet First Mile services are dedicated ensuring you get guaranteed symmetrical speeds – uploading is as fast as downloading. Plus, they come with service availability up to 99.93% and are backed by robust SLAs to ensure in the unlikely event of a fault, your EFM will be back up and running quickly.

Cybersecurity protection

Distributed denial of service (DDoS) protection comes as standard with our EFM services and, with cybersecurity attacks increasing daily, we’ll be monitoring your traffic 24/7/365 to help keep you protected and to allow you to focus on running your business.

Excellent customer service

We’ve owned and operated our own core network for more than 25 years to ensure our customers receive the best quality EFM service. Our 4.6 score on Trustpilot is evidence of our commitment to our customers and the service which our friendly, UK-based, 24/7 fault team provide should you ever have an issue.

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