Upgrading from SDSL Broadband
SDSL (Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line) broadband was the first broadband Internet service enabling you to download and upload data from/to the Internet at the same speed.
However, if you are an existing SDSL user, now is the ideal time to upgrade to BTnet Leased Line.
This is because of:
- recent price improvements on smaller BTnet leased line circuits (2Mbps & 10Mbps)
- new access technologies such as Ethernet In the First Mile (EFM)
- our UK network is expanding as we continue to invest in this technology
SDSL & BTnet specification comparison
|SDSL||BTnet Leased Line|
|Bandwidth||2 Mbps max||512k-10Gb|
|Contention Ratio||up to 10:1||Uncontended|
|Usage Limits||Fair Usage applies||None|
|Coverage||Limited, no further rollout||UK wide|
|Managed Router||Not included||Included|
|Resilience Available||Not included||Included|
|Lead time to Flex
|10 working days||72 hours|
|Contact term||12 months||3 or 5 years|
|SLA Target Fix||24 hours||5 hours|
We have unparalleled experience in supporting customers step by step with their move from SDSL to BTnet Leased Line Internet, so just give us a call on 0800 707 6315 if you need any more information about SDSL or BTnet Leased Line.