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VOICE ONLY BROADBAND (PAN) 

Private Access Network (PAN) provides a voice-only connection to the VTSL cloud, guaranteeing voice quality and reliability
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HOME OFFICE BROADBAND (FTTC)

Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) is a high speed, shared internet connection suitable for home offices or very small sites
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SMALL OFFICE ETHERNET (GEA)

Generic Ethernet Access (GEA) is designed for small offices (5-15 staff) that use cloud-based and real time applications, like voice and video. It is a cost-effective ethernet option with uncontended speeds up to 15Mb
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MEDIUM OFFICE ETHERNET (EFM)

Ethernet First Mile (EFM) is designed for medium sized sites (15-30 staff) that use cloud-based and real time applications. It is quicker to install than fibre, widely available to most businesses and has uncontended speeds up to 35Mb
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TELEWORKER / VPN

Teleworker allows for access to VTSL voice services securely over a third party network
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BIG OFFICE ETHERNET (FIBRE)

Fibre Leased Lines provide the highest standard of connectivity. They deliver uncontended bandwidth and are scalable up to multi-Gigabet speeds

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NOT ALL PROVIDERS ARE CREATED EQUAL

With cloud-based and real-time applications now the norm, having the right connectivity partner is crucial.

There are a lot of connectivity providers, and some fantastic 'deals' to be had.  But not all internet connections are created equal, and the type of connection, level of support and amount of proactive management you recieve are paramount to ensuring your business functions as efficiently as it could.  

VTSL does more than just provide you with premium connectivity, we manage your firewall for GEA, EFM and Fibre connections; we suggest up / downgrades as needed; and we perform hands-on trouble-shooting to a degree other providers simply don't.  

  • Be wary of a price that seems too good to be true
  • Check SLAs and uptime of any provider before you sign
  • Ensure you have been properly advised about which type of connection is best for you
  • Ask about things like managed firewalls, UK-based support & free engineer visits 
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Have questions? 

Check out our FAQ for answers to our most commonly asked questions, or email us at info@vtsl.net.  If you want to speak to someone now, call 020 7078 3200

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