Wholesale Connectivity

NTA provide a range of connectivity services from standard ADSL, FTTC broadband to Private Digital Subscriber Line Connectivity (PDSL) Fibre to The Cabinet (PFTTC). PDSL and PFTTC are a dedicated broadband service available from NTA. These are the best broadband suited to carry voice traffic for hosted telecoms solutions  

ADSL – Business Broadband for Data

Quality of Service is implemented in a completely different way to traditional methods, being much more suited to slower links. We can offer you a fully-managed broadband service with great speeds and unlimited bandwidth.

Our Broadband Plans

PDSL – Private DSL for Voice

In some areas, you may want to deliver a PDSL service. This is an ADSL connection that is completely dedicated to voice services only. The circuit has an IP address from our network so there’s no public-facing IP, meaning it’s more secure and also has the capability for more concurrent calls with higher quality on the same high-speed internet connection.

PDSL Phone Plans

FTTC – For Voice and Data

Where available, FTTC is a great solution to give your customers Voice and Data connectivity using the same equipment. With the introduction of FTTC (Fibre-to-the-Cabinet) and FTTP (Fibre-to-the-Premises), Superfast speeds and unlimited downloads.

FTTC Premium Plans

GEA – For Voice and Data

Generic Ethernet Access, or GEA for short, is an entry-level form of Ethernet connectivity that harnesses copper technology between the premises and the cabinet and then fibre to the exchange, before handing data over to the Ethernet network. Utilising copper and fibre as the initial transit technology, costs and installation times are much lower than other Ethernet-based connectivity technologies, but can still achieve symmetrical speeds of 20Mbps.

Leased Lines – For Voice and Data

Often considered the pinnacle of connectivity solutions, leased lines offer fast upload and download speeds on an exclusive connection, enabling businesses to function at the speed that they want to. What’s more, a leased line isn’t synonymous with an Internet connection – it can be used to carry a number of different types of data traffic including phone calls and internal network traffic. Leased Lines also have a fix time of 4 working hours if a problem occurs so for those mission critical sites this is often the connectivity of choice.