Also known as G fast, our full fibre internet offers you our best broadband package yet.

What is Ultrafast Broadband?

Our ultrafast fibre broadband solution has download bandwidth options of 150Mbps G.fast broadband or 300Mbps FTTP with a variety of contract lengths, allowing your business to embrace the latest technologies to propel you to the next level.

And, as always our connectivity products all come with unlimited data and free DDoS security, so you’ve got peace of mind no matter what.

Ultrafast is the speediest internet we offer for businesses that are after an all-singing, all-dancing broadband solution.

Also known as, Fibre to the Premise (FTTP), this type of connection means your data will travel straight from the source to your premises, via fibre optic cables. Using fibre optic cables means your internet is much less susceptible to environmental factors, meaning there’ll be no degradation in quality over time.

Benefits of Ultrafast Broadband

  • Unlimited data
  • Download bandwidth options of 150Mbps G.fast or 300Mbps FTTP
  • Free DDoS Security
  • 24/7/365 UK-based support and customer service
  • 12, 24, or 36-month contracts available
  • Free WiFi router and static IP address
  • Free online billing and reporting
  • Discounted Daisy lines and calls packages when purchased with Daisy Broadband
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Ultrafast 150
Download speeds
Up to 150Mbps
Upload speeds
Up to 29Mbps
Data
Unlimited
Ultrafast 300
Download speeds
Up to 300Mbps
Upload speeds
Up to 48 Mbps
Data
Unlimited

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Why Daisy?

Business-grade services

Your G.Fast broadband service won’t be impacted by residential traffic as we work solely with UK businesses. Your traffic will be managed and transported efficiently during business working hours to make sure that your ultrafast connection won’t slow down during peak times.

Great value

The combination of our unique commercial agreements and the fact that we’re independent means that we can get the best business fast broadband deals from major suppliers including TalkTalk, BT and Virgin for the most competitive, cost-effective prices.

Breadth of choice

Take advantage of cloud-based applications with our ultrafast fibre service which offers download speeds of either 150Mbps or choose a solution up to a huge 300Mbps. As standard, all our business broadband packages come with unlimited data usage and a static IP address.

Speed promise

We’re one of just a few business fibre broadband providers that will give you upfront and transparent speed estimates after we signed Ofcom’s Voluntary Codes of Practice on Business Broadband Speeds meaning you can be sure you’ll be getting the right G.Fast services for you.

Cybersecurity protection

Cybersecurity attacks increase in frequency everyday but with our distributed denial of service (DDoS) protection coming as standard with our ultrafast service you can rest assured that we’ll be monitoring your service 24/7/365 to keep you protected.

Excellent customer service

Our 4.6 score on Trustpilot is evidence of our commitment to our customers and the service our friendly, UK-based 24/7 fault team provide should you experience a problem with your G.Fast connection. We ensure our customers receive quality ultrafast broadband by owning and operating our own core network, which we’ve done for more than 25 years.

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