Converged Broadband

If you currently run telephone lines and broadband separately then you might want to consider converging voice and data on one connection using a Converged Broadband solution.

There are various access types and versions of the service available to suit business of all sizes including Converged Broadband (1-10 lines).  Converged FTTC Fibre Broadband (1-30 lines) and Converged EFM and Converged Ethernet for requirements where 30 lines or more are required.

Service Summary

  • A single connection for voice and data
  • Guaranteed voice quality
  • High capacity and flexible connectivity up to 1 Gbps
  • Dedicated and uncontended bandwidth
  • QoS enabled, Cisco router
  • Fully managed and monitored
  • One supplier for internet and telecoms
  • Single point of contact
  • UK based support
  • Simplify day-to-day management

Converged Broadband is supported and monitored 24×7 to ensure consistent and reliable performance. We also provide and manage the Cisco hardware to ensure it is running optimally at all times. Converged Broadband services are also protected by our comprehensive service level agreement which covers delivery, performance, availability and time to fix which provides peace of mind and lets you focus on your core competencies.


Converged Broadband is designed with performance in mind, providing fast, low latency Internet access which is dedicated and uncontended for EFM and Ethernet services. Speeds of up to 1 Gbps can be provided in both directions.


There’s no need to run Internet and telephone lines separately nowadays. Convergence gives you the opportunity to reduce operating costs, improve service performance and reliability along with increased flexibility. Best of all you don’t need to deal with multiple suppliers and points of contact so it saves you a lot of time on a day-to-day basis.

Cost Savings

Converged Broadband helps business consolidate line and telephony services whilst eliminating the cost of traditional lines such as ISDN30. Converged Broadband gives businesses the opportunity to embrace IP telephony providing more flexibility, the ability to extend business communications to remote workers and reduce call costs across multiple offices.