Entanet offering SMEs Gigabit-ready Ethernet service

Entanet, a CityFibre company, is giving its reseller partners the opportunity to offer a Gigabit-ready Ethernet service to their SME customers, with a special promotion that enables them to purchase a 500Mbps connection for £225 per month.

Entanet, a CityFibre company, is giving its reseller partners the opportunity to offer a Gigabit-ready Ethernet service to their SME customers, with a special promotion that enables them to purchase a 500Mbps connection for £225 per month.
 
The offer is designed to give Entanet partners additional flexibility and provide growing smaller businesses access to the higher speeds and bandwidth they need. The service is available in cities and towns that Entanet provides access to its CityFibre full
fibre infrastructure.
 
The solution on offer is a fully-symmetric Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) connection, capable of delivering up to 1Gbps speeds. Provisioned entirely by the company's own teams, it enables Entanet partners to offer their customers fast, stable connectivity along with high service levels.
 
Paul North, Head of Sales said, "many smaller businesses now need really fast and reliable connectivity to support critical business applications and services. But while they want the kinds of speeds and guaranteed bandwidth that a leased line can offer, many can't afford to make that kind of commitment. By providing a 500Mbps GPON for a base cost of only £225 to our partners, we are giving them the flexibility to deliver higher speeds and bandwidth over full
fibre to SMEs who would otherwise have to settle for contended broadband services.
 
"The growth and prosperity of SMEs can all too easily be stifled by poor connectivity and it's important for us to make sure that this kind of service is available and accessible to as many small businesses as possible."
 
SMEs are also still able to take advantage of the Gigabit Voucher Scheme alongside the offer. All of Entanet's full
fibre gigabit-capable products are aligned with the government scheme, which allows firms to apply for funding of up to £2,500 off the connection charge, making the promotion even more appealing for businesses looking to grow.
 
Paul added, "we believe that the opportunity to offer Gigabit-capable services is too good for our partners to miss – and that's certainly proved to be the case in the pilot areas. We are totally convinced that it's a winning proposition, both for our partners and for SME customers."
 
As well as blisteringly-fast 500Mbps and 1Gbps speed options, Entanet's GPON service provides unlimited usage, a 100% SLA with a Guaranteed Return to Service within five business hours and time to installation is typically 65 working days.

More information on Entanet's GPON service is available at www.enta.net/fullfibre.

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