Slow internet causing productivity issues?

‘Around 25% of UK businesses are not able to meet deadlines due to unreliable or slow broadband connections.’ 

Pricing and what’s right for me

Features ADSL FTTC (Fibre To The Cabinet) Leased Lines (Fibre To The Premise) Satellite Broadband
Price £47.50  £379* POA
Installation time 10 days 10 days 55 days 5 days
Maximum Download Speed
Up to 18 Mbps Up to 80 Mbps Up to 10 Gbps Up to 22 Mbps
Maximum Upload Speeds Up to 1.3 Mbps Up to 20 Mbps Up to 10 Gbps Up to 6 Mbps
Availability Virtually everywhere Widespread (enquire to check) Upon request only Virtually Anywhere
Bandwidth Allocation Shared Shared Dedicated Shared
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*Example pricing for 50/100 leased line on 100Mbps bearer. (prices shown can fluctuate)

Business benefits to upgrade

Faster speeds

Reduction in cost

Increased productivity

Option for remote working,

Virtual Private Networks,


Services requiring enhanced upstream speeds.

Cloud computing 

Why upgrade using Keyfort?

When you upgrade with Keyfort, our qualified IT Engineers will help from start to finish. Be it upgrading an existing Internet connection, or setting up a new one. Our team will also be available after you have upgraded, monitoring and managing your connections.
So should you have any queries or problems there will be no waiting in call centre queues, we look after it all. 

Why upgrade with Keyfort

More information on what is what

FTTC orFibre To The Cabinet” provides a Super-Fast broadband connection over Fibre Optic Cable from the Telephone Exchange to the green street-side box. Then the shorter run of cable between the street-side box and the end user premises uses a copper telephone line. This provides much higher speeds than ADSL Broadband. Downstream can be up to 80 Mbps and Upstream speed of up to 19 Mbps.

FTTC has various other common names, such as Super Fast Broadband, Fibre Broadband, and Infinity.

Satellite broadband is an option available to businesses in rural areas where traditional fixed-line based broadband services aren’t yet available.

The main advantage of satellite broadband is that it can be provided virtually anywhere in the world, so long as you have a clear line of sight to the south generally.

Satellite Considerations


Due to the long distances involved (up to a satellite in geo-stationary orbit) some data transfer latency is introduced.
It can limit the use of real-time applications but video conferencing and VoIP will work so long as you allow for some additional lag.


Satellite broadband can be affected by the weather. It requires line of sight between the dish and the satellite orbiting above earth. Although a general rain shower shouldn’t affect things, a large storm could cause disruption to your broadband link.

But when no other internet service is available, the benefits usually outweigh the latency drawback!

FTTP. Fibre to the premise. (leased lines)
As a Virgin Media Business partner, Keyfort can supply Virgin Media Business connections to customers (subject to location).
Virgin speeds of upto 350Mbps download and Upload speeds from 7Mbps to 20Mbps are available.
Keyfort also has excellent supplier relationships with other fibre leased line providers offering huge savings.

Keyfort can customise a service package to your business needs including static IP addresses.

FTTC: Fibre To The Cabinet
ADSL: Asymmetric digital subscriber line
Mbps: Mega bits per second (data speed).
VPN: Virtual Private Networking.(secure connections to office networks)
VOIP: Voice Over Internet Protocol. (telephone calls over the internet)