Internet Solution


Keeping you Connected… All the Time

Key Features

To get Connected

We know that good internet Connectivity means good business.

Why Use Our

Broadband Products

We are here to solve your problem and deliver a solution!

Ridgeworks broadband products are suitable for every type and size of customer.

We have over 20 years’ experience. We offer a full suite of Fibre Broadband products including Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC), Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP), as well as ADSL Broadband.

Broadband is a service that enables you to connect to the internet over a shared connection. It is an asymmetrical service, meaning that the download speed is greater than the upload speed.

At your premises, a modem or wireless router provides local network features such as Wi-Fi and acts as the gateway for your devices to access the internet. It is an always on, reliable, and cost effective service.

Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP)

Ultrafast Full-Fibre Broadband.
  • An all fibre connection from exchange to the premises.
  • Up to 330Mbps download, 50Mbps upload.
  • Is not affected by “The Big Switch Off”.
    Unlike copper broadband products, there is no speed loss over distance and no line rental is required.

Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC)

Superfast Fibre Broadband
  • Delivered using Fibre to the green roadside cabinet and then a short copper line to the premises.
  • Download speed up to 80Mbps, upload speed up to 20Mbps.
  • Speed is governed by the quality and length of the copper line.
  • Cost effective.
  • Ideal if you need the extra speed, reliability and low latency that real-time applications demand.


  • Equivalent to ADSL and FTTC without the Line Rental
  • Download speed up to 80Mbps, upload speed up to 20Mbps
  • Speed is governed by your location
    along with the quality and length of the copper line.
  • Is not affected by “The Big Switch Off”.

Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)

Delivered using a copper line between the exchange and the customer’s premises.
  • Download speed up to 17Mbps, upload speed up to 1Mbps.
  • Speed is governed by the quality and length of the copper line.
    Where available, Fibre Broadband is recommended.


Most frequent questions and answers

Ethernet is a networking technology that was originally introduced in the 1980’s to connect computers and devices together so people could share data/devices. Ethernet was one of a number of networking technologies developed around that time. Due to its high bit rate potential, low infrastructure costs and simplicity in connection.

Lines, as we have commonly called fixed line connectivity, have always fallen into one of two descriptions; the traditional Analogue telephone line, which has also been known as a land line and a Leased Line, which has always been a data only connection.
Unlike a telephone line, which connects a telephone exchange to a customer’s address and calls are routed with a telephone exchange, a leased line connects two different locations to each other, so that data only travels between those two locations. A Leased Line will go through at least one telephone exchange. This is where the term point to point circuits originates from the data could be calls in the form of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).
Back when internet access was dial-up, medium to large companies and enterprises were looking for reliable, always on, internet access. Fibre optic telecommunications had become available in most cities. Point to point leased lines were used to create guaranteed high bandwidth, dedicated internet access links for those who could afford the high costs of installation and monthly line rental.
This was the beginning of the Internet Access leased line and with the majority of companies who were buying these leased lines having already built their internal networks using Ethernet networking technology. Ethernet became the common product name throughout the industry for the point to point leased lines and with the massive increase in the requirement for internet access, Internet Access Ethernet services are usually referred to as just Ethernet. However, pure point to point Ethernet is still available and sold today but in much smaller volumes and usually for large multisite organisations wanted high speed connections between locations.


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