Fibre to the premise

full fibre


Ultra-fast fibre.

Benefit from gigabit speeds, expert support and rock-solid resilience with FTTP from CTECH.

Why could you use an ultra-fast connection in your business?

More than 40% of UK businesses are using a cloud-based solution when connected to ultrafast broadband, the cloud offers the agility needed for an organisation to optimise their product and customer service and for workers to enjoy faster and more robust connections.

Time-consuming and expensive face-to-face meetings are much reduced, with quality video conferencing, remote and flexible working becoming the norm.



  • Fibre160 (160 Mbps down/160 Mbps up Unlimited data usage)
  • Fibre500 (500 Mbps down/500 Mbps up Unlimited data usage)
  • Fibre1000 (1 Gbps down/1 Gbps up Unlimited data usage)


How It Works:

FTTP technology that’s built on fibre optic, CTECH has access to a backbone fibre from your local telephone exchange to a green cabinet near to you. From the green cabinet, we replace the existing copper telephone line that runs straight to your office with a new fibre optic, supercharging your broadband to speeds you choose of up to 1GB.

Talk to us to discuss your fibre options today!

Contact us right now and one of our team would be delighted to discuss your IT requirements and provide a quotation.

How Does FTTP Work?

FTTP (Fibre-to-the-Premises) is a broadband internet technology that delivers ultrafast and reliable internet connectivity to homes and businesses by connecting them directly to fibre-optic cables. Unlike traditional copper or coaxial cables, fibre-optic cables use light to transmit data, which allows for much higher data transfer rates and greater bandwidth. In an FTTP network, the fibre-optic cable runs all the way from the internet service provider’s (ISP) central office to the customer’s premises, with no copper or other intermediate cables involved. At the customer’s end, the fibre-optic cable terminates in an Optical Network Terminal (ONT), which converts the light signals into electrical signals that can be used by the customer’s devices. FTTP is considered the gold standard for internet connectivity because of its speed, reliability, and scalability.