So what is GPON?
Aquiss GPON is an extremely effective way for businesses to benefit from the exceptionally high speed and reliability provided by a full fibre connection, at a relatively low price point compared to other access methods. As such it is positioned between hybrid fibre/copper or FTTP broadband and more costly fibre Ethernet options such as dedicated leased lines.
As a full fibre service akin to a fibre leased line, our GPON solution provides essential benefits to business customers. Unlimited usage, and the absence of upgrade charges and downtime when accessing up to Gigabit speeds gives you the flexibility you may seek; while our comprehensive Service Level Agreement, rapid return to service guarantee from our technical specialists underpins your need for reliability and connected confidence.
How long does it take to provision and install GPON services?
Delivery typically takes 45 working days, which includes any site survey work required.
Which parts of the UK is this service available?
We can currently deploy our GPON services to the majority of postcodes in the following locations. These are for guidance purposes and are subject to survey.
Aberdeen, Bracknell, Bradford, Bristol, Coventry, Edinburgh, Huddersfield, Hull, Leeds, Milton Keynes, Northampton, Peterborough, Reading, Sheffield and Southend (NEW!).
Furthers locations are already in the deployment and final build stages and will be added to our availability in the coming months ahead.
Is the Aquiss GPON service a fully managed product?
Yes. We will provide all the CPE hardware needed to get your service up and running. The service will be fully monitored from within our Network Operations.
What service level agreement (SLA) will Aquiss provide on GPON services?
We offer a comprehensive 100% SLA with a 6 clock hours return to service guarantee.
Available payment options
Our default method of payment for packages quoted on this page is via Direct Debit. Payments can also be made securely via our online e-billing platform using a wide range of alternative payment options, including credit and debit cards or Bank Transfer (BACS).
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