Full Fibre broadband is the future of the internet. Using fibre optic cables, it connects you right to the exchange, which gives you faster speeds and greater reliability than ‘fibre’ broadband, which most broadband still relies on.
Full Fibre broadband connects straight to the exchange (which is why it’s called “fibre to the property, or FTTP for short), while fibre broadband (also known as part-fibre broadband, “fibre to the cabinet”, or FTTC) is connected to copper cables which then lead to the exchange.
As the copper cables are less reliable and the pass data slower than Full Fibre-optic cables, Full Fibre is a great way to connect homes across the country to faster upload and download speeds that won’t let them down.
Why are so many people switching
their broadband to Wildanet?
What makes Wildanet different from
other broadband providers?
We’re based in Cornwall, with offices
in Liskeard, Redruth and Pensilva.
We’re easy to contact
All our calls answered in 60 seconds or less.
No more waiting on hold for hours on end!
Creating new jobs
for local people
We're helping to create hundreds of jobs locally.
Investing in Cornwall
and the South West
We’re investing over £50million building a brand
new digital network to support the upgrade of
the UK’s digital infrastructure.