Where is Truespeed based?

With our head office based in the heart of Bath, we proudly connect our local schools, village halls and community hubs to free broadband, for life.

How does true speed work?

Our engineers use fibre optic cables to connect you to ultrafast broadband. The fibre optic strands are only about the size of a human hair and are made out of glass or plastic. They use pulses of light to transmit data from one location to another. You can learn more about our fibre optic broadband here.

Is True Speed Unlimited?

Equipped with two phone lines, unlimited data and symmetrical upload and download speeds, these brand new packages have been designed specifically with small businesses and people working from home in mind.

How do I reset my Truespeed router?

Here’s how to reset your Truespeed service. – Turn off the FTU (Fibre Termination Unit) and your Truespeed Router. – After 20 seconds, turn on the FTU and look for two green lights on the right-hand side. – After a further 2 minutes, turn on your Truespeed router.

Does Truespeed use Openreach?

Truespeed qualifies for Openreach Path To Collaboration

Underpinning the quality of the full fibre network we are providing to our customers, it bolsters Truespeed’s multi award-winning status and is a huge accomplishment for the team.

How does fibre broadband work?

How does fibre broadband work? It uses a network of fibre optic cables to deliver high-speed data over greater distances. The data travels down the cables literally at the speed of light. This means you’re more likely to get faster download speeds and a more reliable connection to the internet.

What is true fibre broadband?

A true fibre network includes a single – separate – connection to every living room, uncontended by other providers, capable of providing broadband speeds over 1,000Mbs per second.

Does unlimited WIFI have a limit?

Most unlimited broadband schemes have hidden caps. The fair usage limit can bring down download speeds and make Internet connections extremely slow. A minor clause is proving to be a major roadblock for surfers ready to zip along the information autobahn.

What is truly unlimited broadband?

Truly unlimited broadband are packages with no usage caps, no fair usage policy and no network-wide traffic management. That means that no matter what your internet habits are and at what time of day you are using the internet, your provider will try and do everything they can to give you the speed you are paying for.

What can you do with unlimited broadband?

Unlimited broadband can offer you the freedom to stream and download TV, movies, music and apps, and play games online without having to worry about data limits.

Is fibre faster than WIFI?

Fiber optic provides the same speed, but the way fiber optic handles the network congestion and provides high speed makes it a better option when a single network is handling many users. With a wireless connection, you will face network congestion that causes slow load times.

Do I need a landline for fibre broadband?

Does fibre broadband use a phoneline? Fibre broadband doesn’t technically need a phone line as it requires a specialist type of cable made from glass or plastic. However if you have FTTC, then it’s likely the connection from your local cabinet to your home will be on a copper line – so it will require a phoneline.


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