Business Internet Access

ADSL, ADSL 2+, Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC), Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP)

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Business-grade Internet connectivity.

questConnect Business Internet Access offers the best in business Internet connectivity.  Connect your company and staff to the World Wide Web using a dedicated business-grade network, with dedicated business-grade support.  With 92% UK coverage for ADSL 2+ and 66% UK coverage for super-fast fibre optic, we’ve got you covered.

Quest are Gamma Telecom Certified Partners which ensures our clients get the best possible service and that we are qualified to recommend the best connectivity services to our clients.

NextGen Broadband is a family of superfast broadband products based on the latest ADSL, Annex M and Fibre technologies delivering speeds of up 80Mbit/s. Connecting directly into BT’s 21CN access network, Gamma provides high quality business products to meet your customer’s differing bandwidth and usage needs.

Gamma have coupled their core Next Generation Network with BT’s Next Generation Access Network to supply a set of business Internet products engineered to the highest standards.  Using a variety of technologies such as ADSL 2+, Annex M and FTTC we can provide data connectivity solutions which deliver speeds of up to 80 Mb/s.

Why choose Business Internet Services

Business Internet access prioritises business-related traffic, such as VoIP (Voice-over-IP) calls, Cloud Computing services, video conferencing, and Virtual Private Network (VPN) traffic

Greatly reduced bandwidth contention – Business Internet access avoids competing for bandwidth and speed with other users in your area.  Ensure you don’t grind to a halt when your local School day finishes and all the kids load up YouTube!

Service reliability, value for money, and service speed

Businesses look for the following 3 things in a business Internet access supplier: service reliability, value for money, and service speeds.  questConnect Broadband Business Internet has been built using the highest engineering standards and uses the latest ADSL technologies to provide reliably fast services. All at a price that represents great value for money.

  • Reliably fast broadband
  • A UK-based support team
  • The latest ADSL technologies delivering the speeds your business deserves
  • Add a range of complementary services, such as hosted Voice-over-IP (VoIP) telephony and intelligent, advanced call routing


ADSL 2+ is a type of broadband supplied over BTs ’21CN’ network.  It offers download speeds up to 24 Mbps, and upload speeds up to 1.4Mbps, depending on your distance from your local Exchange.  It’s the most common type of Internet connectivity used today as most homes and businesses can get it, though it is slowly being replaced by the faster and more reliable fibre broadband products.

ADSL stands for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line; the “Asymmetric” part means that the download speed is always higher than the upload speed.

ADSL Annex-M

ADSL Annex-M is another form of broadband supplied over BTs ’21CN’ network.  It offers download speeds up to 16 Mbps, depending on your distance from your local Exchange, and upload speeds up to 2.5 Mbps.  Using ADSL Annex-M sacrifices some download speed to double the maximum upload speed available.

Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC)

Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC; also known as super-fast broadband) is an increasingly popular and available broadband option, and offers far greater upload and download speeds compared to ADSL products.  It is available in areas where the majority of the copper wires in the ground leading to your local Exchange have been replaced by fibre-optic cables, and offers speeds up to 80 Mbps download, and 20 Mbps upload.

FTTC means that fibre-optic cables run to your local Exchange, and then traditional copper runs from the Exchange to your home/business.

Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP)

Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) is an extension of FTTC, and involves replacing the copper wire connecting your home/business with the local Exchange with fibre-optic cable.  As no copper is used, the potential speeds are higher; very few businesses can currently get FTTP broadband however.