Patience is most definitely not a virtue when it comes to your business internet.

A slow internet connection is not only extremely frustrating, but it also reduces the productivity of your organisation, costing time and money.

We offer the ideal solution: a business-grade internet service designed to meet the needs of our customers.

Our high speed, reliable and scalable internet connectivity rises to the challenge. With internet speeds from 2Mb up to 10Gb, and access available via both DSL, MPLS and Ethernet, we enable you to deliver the right solution to answer your needs.

By combining the networks of five Tier 1 ISPs, we can deliver a highly resilient service which guarantees the fastest connection available at any time.

What’s more, there is no single point of failure – if any of the individual routes should go down, traffic is automatically re-routed to ensure that your business stays connected at all times.

Broadband

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Glemnet offers 4 types of broadband. These are: EFM, WI Max, Fibre Ethernet and ADSL 2+. Each type suits different businesses depending on what they use their broadband for. Choosing the right type of broadband for you is important when running a business.
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Full Fibre

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Our Next Generation Fibre broadband connection offers faster internet speeds than have been available to date using older generation networks. It's currently being deployed across the UK and uses fibre optic cables to help increase the broadband speed.

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WiFi

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Wireless solutions such as Cisco Meraki can help provide you with a technology framework that allows employees and partners alike to communicate effectively. Our WiFI has the latest LTE mobile technology to ensure high quality voice, video and data can be delivered in flexible and collaborative work spaces.
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ADSL

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Our ADSL solution is business-grade, offering download speeds of up to 24Mb with quick and efficient implementation. ADSL is most commonly used as a backup service.