Broadband without line rental

Find out if you can get Wave Internet

Coverage Checker

Broadband without line rental

Flexible broadband with modern technology

The rise of mobile phones now being used by 93% of the population has meant that fewer calls are made from a landline so there’s no need to add this into your home broadband package if it simply won’t be used.

Wave Internet offers many different options to suit your needs and provides the latest technology to ensure you can access the fastest and most efficient broadband service around.

For a free site inspection before our qualified engineers complete your broadband installation, please contact us here and we will arrange a free site survey to suit your business or residential needs.

Don’t cry over slow speeds! There is a solution!

How to get super-fast broadband without phone line rental

When looking for a new broadband provider, it is easy to assume that this would also include phone line rental within the fee, but this isn’t necessary with the most modern and up-to-date broadband providers.

Wireless fibre technology can be used to take high-speed fibre-optic broadband, transfer it to microwave data and then transmit a secure wireless signal between distribution sites to homes and businesses without the need for a phone line or line rental.

Instead of cable, a small dish can be used to provide wireless fibre technology to anyone within a clear line of sight of the distribution points.

Most broadband packages use your phone line to deliver broadband, however, some internet providers give you the option so you can choose to have a phone line as an add on if you require this or you can use their VOIP system.

what is voip

What is a VOIP system?

VoIP is also known as internet telephony which is a way of making phone calls that, believe it or not, doesn’t use a phone line.

VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol which means phone calls that are made through the internet, rather than through a regular landline or a mobile network.

A VoIP system works by taking your analogue voice signals, converting them into digital signals, then sending them as data over your broadband line.

It’s a very useful way of making calls – for a start, once it’s set up it’s a lot cheaper than using normal phone lines. It means that, depending on your setup, you may not have to pay for your phone calls based on distance, which country you’re calling, or how much time you spend chatting.

Due to modern and advanced technology, with Wave Internet, compared to traditional providers there is no phone line needed and no overseas call centres too!

Whether you are looking for Residential or Business solutions, Wave Internet can help you to get superfast broadband without line rental!

switch graphic Here are some of the benefits of using Wave Internet with no line rental:

  • Experience reduced monthly costs on your broadband services

  • With unique fibre-to-mast solutions, you can benefit from high-speed internet access

  • With the aid of secure encrypted radio technology, you can enjoy far higher speeds than those currently available with conventional fixed-line solutions

  • Greater upload speeds which is especially important if you use any cloud-based services or remotely back up your data

  • Faster overall internet speeds even in remote countryside areas

  • Voice over internet phone systems (VOIP) will allow you to access cheaper calls whilst offering flexible and adaptable contact numbers

  • Reliable and fast response times – with local masts and local engineers, the broadband service you will experience will be second to none!

  • Guest networks for friends and visitors – give people access to the internet when they need it most

  • By not renting public masts, there is no pressure to oversubscribe sites like other suppliers so there is a policy of limited numbers per mast in order to offer super fast broadband for all!

 

 

How internet speeds can affect house prices

When you are looking into properties, you have probably heard of the famous phrase, ‘location, location, location’. Of course, location of your new home is very important, but this is in more ways than you think.

Internet speeds have been found to affect house prices just as much as the location. In fact, there can be a big difference in property prices in neighbouring streets because of broadband speeds. When it comes to moving house, people are simply not prepared to relocate to somewhere with a bad connection or slow internet speeds. Let’s take a closer look at how internet speeds affect house prices in the digital age.

The top house hunting factors

When searching for your dream home, there are going to be a number of factors that you look for. In particular, the location is at the top of the priority list. This includes the street and neighbourhood the house is located in. Overall, you want it to be a safe area that suits your lifestyle, as well as being near to your work and perhaps near shops, schools and transportation. Some people look for bustling city spots while others wish for a quiet rural location. The choice is yours.

Of course, the house itself matters too. Some opt for modern new developments, whilst others prefer traditional Victorian homes for barn conversions with character. Perhaps you are more focused on what is inside the home, such as the number of bedrooms and bathrooms. In addition to the floor plan, you want to know how much the heating is going to cost and what amenities are available for moving in. Some people want a property they can make their own, whilst others want somewhere completed to their style.

Home Rural Broadband

Internet speed is now a priority

In the 21st century with innovative technology, being online is essential. Fast home broadband speeds have become a new factor that families are looking at before they move into a property.

Internet speeds are often taken for granted, with younger generations growing up with freedom online, unaware of the days of dial-up. With the recent change in the working lifestyle due to COVID-19, more people are now working from home, streaming television programs and surfing the internet than before. In one way or another, we are all dependent on the internet. One of the top questions when looking at a property is now; how fast is the internet here?

Bare in mind that the buyer of your property may be a landlord looking for rental income, so broadband is going to be a huge factor in the rental market.

WIFI Mesh system House prices slump with bad internet

If you are trying to sell your house, know that your internet speed is going to be scrutinised. If you have fast speeds and do not experience any interruption when you are streaming or surfing, your property price is likely to be safe. However, if you do have slow broadband speeds, this is something to worry about. A recent study by ISPreview has found looking at average UK house prices that if you have really slow internet speeds, 24 percent could be knocked off the value of your home.

For example, that same study saw that an area called Coppice Farm Park in St. Leonards had a 62 percent lower property price than the average property in the same postcode district. The internet speed was a shocking 0.719 Mbps.

In particular, it is often rural properties that are affected by slower internet speeds. While a lot of people love the quiet and serene surroundings of the countryside, they still want the amenities that the city provides. Of course, house prices are typically lower in rural areas than in the city. But they are going to be even lower if the internet is not up to speed.

switch graphic

Fix the problem before you sell

Do you want to sell your home soon? As you can see, the internet has become a priority for house shoppers. If you think that you have a slow internet speed, make sure you get the problem fixed first. Do not ignore it and think nobody will notice. They will and this is going to take a toll of the price you get for your property. You will also be able to benefit from the faster broadband yourself while the house is on the market. Flexible contracts are available from Wave Internet, so let us work something out for you.

Wave Internet is the number one choice when it comes to rural broadband solutions. You can get next-generation internet technology so that you do not suffer from any slowness or breaks online. You are able to stream, surf and work without any problems, no matter where your property is located in the countryside. You can even choose a WIFI booster for even better speeds.