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Can I get broadband without a phone line?

Have you wondered if it’s possible to get broadband without a phone line? Absolutely! It ultimately depends on the type of broadband you have as to whether you can separate from signing up without an active phone line.

A broadband connection through the telephone lines is an outdated infrastructure that is quickly being replaced by modern technologies. Most UK providers are still using the BT-owned Openreach along old copper telephone wires, but this is no longer your only option.

Some providers combine this into their prices offering ‘free line-rental’ but you can be sure that you are still paying for an unnecessary phone line.

Why do so many companies force you to have a phone line?

When broadband began to replace dial-up connection in the early 2000’s, it followed the same model of connecting your computer to the internet via telephone wires. With so many telephone wires intact, many broadband providers continue to offer options that forcibly require a phone line in their package to reduce installing new wires. However, fast forward to 2020 and there are great new technologies able to offer broadband connections without a phone line now.

Unfortunately, some companies haven’t moved quickly enough to offer another solution even though the share of households who use a landline telephone is going down exponentially.  

Since the era of the mobile phone, there is no longer a need to own a landlaine. Many people opt to using a mobile only, natually avoiding those rather annoying sales and spam calls.

So what are these new internet breakthroughs? Below are some options that allow you to forego the phone line and purchase a broadband-only package.

Cable

A cable connection requires a fibre cabinet in the area that uses coaxial cables to connect to this cabinet and provide a high-speed internet connection. The most well-known cable provider is Virgin.

Cable veers away from using the copper wire telephone connection, allowing customers to purchase broadband without a phone line. Check the options available in your specific location and always read reviews before choosing a provider.

Fibre Optic

Fibre Optic is one of the newest forms of broadband connection. It is still developing in its infancy, and generally is not an option seen very often. This method requires a fibre optic cable to be installed and comes in multiple forms. Only one option allows users to opt-out of a phone line:

FTTP.

  • FTTP (Fibre-to-the-Premises). As the name suggests, FTTP waives the usage of copper wires by using fibre cables entirely. From the fibre cabinet to the premise, only fibre optic cables are used which make it the costliest method. This is also referred to as a full-fibre connection. Keep in mind that most providers who offer this still include a phone line!

Mobile Broadband

Broadband on the go: This broadband connection is available in multiple forms: a dongle, a portable Wi-Fi/Mi-Fi box, a car Wi-Fi box, and several other options.

This option is excellent for temporary broadband with short-term contacts and pay-as-you-go plans. However, it can be slower and significantly more expensive than a fixed-line broadband connection secured to your home. For locations that are more rural and don’t have the infrastructure to offer any other type of broadband effective, this is a great alternative.

Mobile broadband can also be limited to multiple devices and easily accessible to other users. Regardless, it is an available option for those looking for a broadband connection without a landline contract.

Why not fill in our coverage checker to see your choices.

Fixed Wireless Broadband

Using radio signals, a wireless modem/router is connected to either the cable phone wires or fibre optic cables to transmit internet to Wi-Fi enabled devices.

These internet-radio signals are picked up and then used to access the internet. Wi-Fi is expansive, convenient and allows for many devices to be connected to the internet at once.

Satellite Broadband

Choosing to relinquish yourself from the wires and cabled services opens up another realm of possibility – satellite broadband. Widely used amongst more remote users, the internet is transmitted wirelessly through a satellite dish.

Because of this, a phone landline is no longer necessary or required for satellite broadband service. Using similar infrastructures to GPS, satellite TV and weather forecasting, this wireless broadband offers a stable and uniform connection. It is the perfect service for hard-to-reach, rural locations. This is the new age of broadband as new satellites are launched into space.

Wave Internet Satellite Broadband

Wave Internet services rural areas of the UK with superfast broadband anywhere and anytime. Wave Internet is one of the only small companies on the market who services this niche area, typically helping internet users with the poorest internet connections.

Wave offers three packages: residential (starting from £29.99/month), business (£49.99/month) and education (£49.99/month) to ensure the best coverage for your specialised needs.

No phone line is necessary with any packages, compared to other traditional services. You can save over £200 per year choosing Wave Internet, and you have the option to add a VOIP line.

In the coming years, there are sure to be more competitors on the scene for the growing market, but Wave offers quality benefits such as a superior customer service team with UK only call centres.

  • Flexible Contracts: Where other providers always force customers into rigid and long-term contracts, Wave offers customised options tailored to your needs. They offer super flexible service, giving users the choice to stay long term.
  • Unlimited Usage: No hidden or extra fees, or data usage limitations, for going over allowances like with other providers.
  • No Phone Line Needed: There is no need for landline charges when Wave uses new, state-of-the-art technology.
    •   Wave offers flexible VOIP phone systems to users if phone services are needed.
  • Quality Service: Instead of funneling their services through overseas call centres, Wave has local engineers within 40 minutes of their beam points who respond rapidly fast.
  • WIFI boosting upgrades: Even if you are not currently a Wave customer as you are in another contract, we can help bridge the gap to improve your connection with our Wifi Boosters.

Although Wave owns “one of the largest private wireless internet networks in the North West,” they are looking to further expand their mass infrastructure.

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New changes coming in 2024

With the rise of broadband connectivity, the landline game is changing as we speak. Though companies continue to force customers to purchase phone lines due to existing telephone wires and obligated package deals, landlines are projected to cease to exist in 2025. Active phone lines are proving to be dangerous, as scammers are calling people, imitating their broadband internet service providers, and tricking them into sending large sums of money to avoid having their broadband “cancelled.”

Mobile phones and Wi-Fi connective devices continue to rise, moving internet users farther away from telephone cables. New services are currently popping up to replace traditional methods, like VoIP, Voice over Internet Protocol, or a cloud phone system.

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Benefits of VoIP

Think of providers like Skype or Zoom, who offer their users an option to pay a fixed fee and make a call anywhere in the world via the internet. VoIP phone services provide their customers with a similar experience: if you have an established internet connection, you can make any call without the need for local phone service.

Your IP address is your Internet Protocol address; if you ever wondered, this is how devices communicate with each other via the internet. It’s the same concept with VoIP phone services, which offers users the ability to use their IP address to make phone calls. With this new technology, as people across the globe switch providers to broadband connective service providers, VoIP has the potential to render traditional phone services completely obsolete relatively soon.

How do I replace my line with VoIP phone services?

Typically, VoIP is offered to broadband internet users in their business package. Wave Internet, however, offers a VoIP service package for the home! By taking advantage of the internet, Wave’s VoIP phone service allows their internet users to make quality phone calls at a fraction of the price of obsolete landlines.

Wave’s VoIP services come at an £7.99/month addition to your normal broadband internet cost. There are no connection fees, or rounding up to the next minute, and no bundles. It is also significantly easier to block spam callers through VoIP services.

The future of Broadband has no plans to slow down anytime soon. Instead, it has the potential to become more expansive and vaster with plans to connect more than 8 billion users globally to the internet using broadband connectivity.

In fact, the UK Prime Minister is trying to invest in more widespread, faster internet access to boost the UK’s productivity and infrastructure. Rishi Sunak, the UK Chancellor, has announced in his 2020 Spending Review to allocate £5bn for his “UK Gigabit Broadband Programme,” in order to “deliver faster broadband for over 5 million premises across the UK” by the end of 2025.

How to Boost Your Home WIFI Signal

We all know just how frustrating it can be when you’re experiencing slowdown issues with your home wifi. No one enjoys seeing the movie they’re trying to watch drop in quality before continually buffering. It’s annoying but what can be done about it when you find yourself dealing with these problems more often than you’d like?

Well, there are some options out there so you shouldn’t feel as if it’s something that you simply have to put up with because that’s not the case. There are lots of small changes and improvements that can be made in order to boost your home wifi signal; it’s all about finding the solutions that work for you. Read on now to find out about what you should be doing to improve your wifi performance.

Upgrade the router if it’s old

Age can be a significant factor when it comes to improving the wifi signal in your home. First of all, old buildings can present problems when it comes to achieving a sufficient wifi signal, as well as homes that have thick walls. But the age of the router itself is also something that you should take into consideration.

Old wifi routers tend to have quite low bandwidth capacities. You don’t necessarily need to know why that’s important, but it is. It means your wifi speed will be lower than it should be. So if you want to expand the reach of your wifi and improve its speed, it might make sense to upgrade your router if the current one is old.

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Consider a Mesh Wifi System

Even if the router you choose to replace your old one with is new, you might not get the reach you’re looking for. That’s why using a mesh wifi system might be something that’s worth considering. This kind of system uses multiple routers throughout the home that work in tandem with one another.

This means that they’re able to extend and expand the coverage in your home, routing the signal to where it needs to be and covering the entire home in a network signal that meets your daily requirements. You’ll have to invest a little more money to get all of this set up, but it’s a system that’s proven to work.

Or Use Wifi Range Extenders

If you don’t think you need to go as far as setting up a whole new mesh wifi system, it might be a good idea to simply use one or multiple wifi range extenders. These simply plugin and start performing right away. You can place them in parts of the home where you’ve noticed that the wifi signal tends to be weakest.

When the extender is operational, you’ll notice that the wifi signal should be better in that specific area of the home. It doesn’t involve any new routers or anything like that. They don’t always perform as well as you would like them to though and the mesh system discussed above definitely yields better results.

Use an External Antenna

If your wifi router currently has an antenna attached to it, it might not be offering the signal that you’re looking for. That’s what the antenna is there to do, but you can actually achieve better performance by investing in an external antenna that sits alongside the one that’s currently attached to your router.

You can buy these antennas pretty cheaply and they then connect to your router and start boosting the signal throughout your home. It’s a small upgrade but it’s one that might make a positive difference for you. You can choose a directional antenna if there’s a particular direction you want to send the signal in.

Check and tweak the quality of service settings

There’s a range of settings that come with your wifi router, and it’s a good idea to take a look at these. They’re known as Quality of Service settings and they dictate how much bandwidth certain applications are using. It could be the case that these settings are out of line with how you want the wifi to be used.

When that’s the case, it means that your wifi usage suffers while there’s excess bandwidth being dedicated to other things that you don’t need or want to use. By changing the settings, you can shift the priorities and give priority to certain tasks, such as video calls of wherever your main priorities lie.

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Secure the Network to Prevent Others Using It

If you want to get the most out of your wifi network, you need to make sure that you’re the only one using it. If your network is not properly secured, other people might have access to it and start using it without your permission. That’s going to be an additional drain on your network and prevent you from using it to the fullest.

Stronger password security and things like that will ensure that people can’t just hop onto your network whenever they feel like it, so that’s something to explore. The best type of password protection to put in place is WPA2 password. Once you’ve done that, it’ll be much harder for any unauthorised people to invade your network.

Try Manually Selecting a Channel

There are many different channels that wifi signals can utilize, and this is to ensure that different signals in the area don’t all try to use one channel, which would result in delays and slowdowns. If you’re having problems with your wifi, you should see if you can select a channel manually. A simple change might make a big difference.

Modern modems have the ability to switch channels relatively easily. It doesn’t need to be a complicated process. Simply switch if you notice that there’s a problem with slowing speeds, and then assess whether the channel you switched to offers better performance or not. You’ll eventually find the right one for your home.

Switch to 5GHz

If you’re able to take a look at the frequency on offer, you might want to change it. You might have a 2.4GHz and a 5GHz frequency available. If you do have that choice, it always makes much more sense to choose the 5GHz frequency option because this is going to offer better levels of performance.

The great thing about 5GHz is that it offers faster speeds while also experiencing a lot less interference from external networks and things of that kind. So if you’ve been using 2.4GHz, now is the time to change that. You should notice a difference as soon as you make the switch.

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Put the Router in the Right Place

Where you choose to locate the router in your home will have a big impact on how it performs. Of course, in some instances, you might not have much scope to move it. But even small movements can make a difference. For example, you should avoid keeping it too close to other electrical devices because this will only cause more problems.

Ideally, you’ll want to make sure that the router has plenty of space around it. Having it stand against a wall, especially thick walls is a bad idea. Give it some room if you can and this should help to improve the performance it offers. In terms of which room to put the router in, the most central area of the home is usually the best place for it.

Update the Firmware Your Router Runs On

Updating the firmware on which your router runs is something that’s definitely advisable too. If the firmware hasn’t been updated for a long time, there might be vulnerabilities and performance issues present. Whenever an update is released, it’s because there are changes that the developer feels need to be made.

As well as better performance, upgraded firmware will also patch any security issues that might be present. That’s why you should always try to keep the firmware updated, even if you aren’t experiencing any problems such as slowdowns or performance-related problems. They’re always important.

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Compare the Wireless and Wired Internet Performances

Before you assume that the problem is with your wifi signal, you should also make sure that the wired performance that your internet service provider is offering is strong. If it’s also offering a weak performance, that suggests that there are bigger underlying problems and that it’s not a problem with the wireless wifi signal at all.

You should contact your internet service provider if you find that the wired connection is also poor in terms of performance. And switching to another service might be the best way forward as well. Wifi coverage is an issue if the wired connection does perform well and your wifi performs better when you’re closer to the modem.

As you can see, there are lots of ways in which you can take steps to improve your home’s wifi performance. If you’ve been having struggles and it’s frustrating you on a daily basis, it’s definitely a good idea to try some of the ideas discussed here. You’ll eventually find a few approaches that work for you.

 

Broadband without line rental

Flexible broadband with modern technology and no phone line!

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.

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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 to get fast Internet in rural areas

When you live in remote, rural areas, accessing superfast broadband can be a headache but there are specialist broadband providers that will ensure you receive reliable fast internet at blistering speeds!

The reason why some internet providers struggle to offer a great service in hard to reach areas is that the infrastructure is limited or simply isn’t there which can be a huge challenge for some larger organisations.

In urban areas, there is a real demand for high-speed internet, but why shouldn’t this be the case in rural areas as it’s just as important?

Find a Provider that specialises in Remote Areas

If you are based in one of these difficult to reach rural locations, you may want to use a provider that specialises in these areas as for standard broadband your entire connection depends on a telephone line, so the distance you are from the nearest line will determine the speed and efficiency of your broadband.

If you are based outside of a busy town or city centre area, your options will be limited as you will be far from the exchange and therefore you will be experiencing much slower speeds.

So, what are the main reasons for broadband being slower in rural areas?

  • With fibre broadband, the cables run from your nearest street cabinet and your home so if your home is far from the nearest cabinet, this could directly impact your overall broadband speed

  • As homes aren’t as close together as they often are in towns and cities, a single street cabinet may cover a much larger geographic area despite having the same number of telephone lines attached. This means that the line length to street cabinets tends to be much longer so you are likely to experience much slower fibre broadband speeds!

  • Some of the lines are also not upgraded as regularly as there is less demand so larger telecoms companies might make the decision that the demand does not warrant upgrading the services!

If you live in the countryside, you may be wondering what the benefits of your broadband option might be.

Here’s a breakdown to help you to decide on the best option:

Fibre broadband delivered by fibre optic cables

Fibre broadband is one of the most popular options with almost 90% of homes using this type of broadband. This is a high speed, efficient and reliable option.

Standard broadband using copper phone wires

Most households should be able to access standard broadband, however this is not the best option for rural locations as it is more common and much faster in urban areas.

Mobile broadband running on 4G

If your area has good 4G coverage you shouldn’t have a problem, however relying on mobile broadband could be unreliable, especially in a more remote location. However, there is no need to have a phone line and line rental charges so this is a bonus!

Satellite broadband using a satellite dish in your home

You don’t need a phone line for satellite broadband and the speeds are much faster so it is usually offered by more niche providers.

Fixed wireless broadband via a mast and receiver

Speeds can be fast with fixed wireless broadband, however this can vary and isn’t the most reliable option if you live in a rural area.

Bonded broadband which uses two or more phone lines to create a faster one

This is a very specialist option only offered by certain providers in the UK. Bonded broadband is able to significantly enhance internet speeds where faster services are not available but these services are primarily aimed at businesses as opposed to being used for residential use.

Making the switch and changing your broadband is easy!

If you are unhappy with the broadband service you are currently experiencing in a rural area, you are entitled to change this so you can benefit from a much faster and more reliable service!

There are many benefits to switching – from faster speeds and less monthly line rental fees to reliable and faster response times from engineers, so here’s what you should consider if you are looking to switch services soon:

  • There are tonnes of broadband providers out there, each offering something a little different for a slightly different price. When you want to switch, always use a price comparison tool to see what the options are in your rural area, and which one will give you the best deal.

  • Broadband contracts tend to last a while, so check what’s going on with the one from your current provider before taking out a new one. If you’re no longer within the contract’s minimum terms, you’re free to switch.

  • Work out which speed you need! A package with superfast speeds (24Mb and above) is great for big households, or anyone who streams a lot of video, plays games online, or downloads large files regularly but you might need less than this if you are not such a heavy wifi user!

  • Consider their customer service – Will you get a quick response from them if something does go wrong? Have a read of some customer reviews to find out what other existing users are saying!

 

Consider a specialist broadband provider

For example, broadband companies such as Wave Internet are experts in providing high speed and reliable broadband services across rural areas across the North West and they can offer dedicated wireless fibre broadband to difficult to reach locations with ease.

Larger, conventional companies cannot supply rural areas in the best way as they often have pressure to oversubscribe their mast sites which can mean slower speeds and less efficient broadband services for their customers.

What makes Wave Internet different from the rest?

At Wave Internet we own all of our mast sites and do not rent public masts so we have no pressure to oversubscribe our services and operate a policy of limited numbers per mast in order to ensure the best possible broadband experience for all.

Evolved to address the dissatisfaction experienced by individuals and businesses with poor service provided by giant telecoms plc’s, we are able to provide you with high speed internet access than are currently available with conventional fixed line solutions.

With Wave Internet we can supply you with fantastic broadband services for both residential and business addresses and there are many benefits including:

  • Greater upload speeds – especially important if you use any cloud based services or remotely back up your data.

  • Fast overall internet speeds

  • No monthly line rental fees, reducing the overall cost of the package

  • Voice over internet phone systems (VoIP) – cheaper calls, flexible and adaptable contact numbers, no line rental.

  • Reliable, fast response times – all of our masts are in this local area, and so are our engineers!

  • Guest networks for friends and visitors – give your customers access to the internet without them being able to access everything else on the network.

If you live in a rural location or a very hard to reach area and you believe your broadband services are not exceeding your expectations, contact Wave Internet today for a free site survey and we will help your broadband to get up to speed!

 

How to check your broadband speed

Are you actually getting the speeds you were promised?

Are you making the most of your broadband speed and checking this regularly? If not, you could be missing out on the super-fast, reliable broadband, that you were promised. You are not alone, many providers promise unrealistic speeds to draw you in, but due to the way their delivery their internet, often from old and tired exchanges, this is never going to be the speed you actually get!

When you buy wifi services from an internet service provider they are responsible for the service delivered to the router at your premises and it’s worth noting that if some providers offer ‘up’ to a certain speed, this can often be the best-case scenario.

Broadband speeds can be reduced by many different factors including;

  • The distance from the exchange

  • The quality of the wiring

  • The quality of the router

  • The time of day – You may experience that you get faster speeds late at night than during the day as fewer people will be contending for the available bandwidth.

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What’s the best way to test your speed?

For the best results, you could try the following online software including: 

Firstly, to do a basic test you can go to any broadband speed checker and run the test yourself in a browser. In most cases the results may be good enough but for a more accurate result you must turn off your PC or laptop’s wifi and connect it to the router using an ethernet cable.

If you turn off any other devices that are using the connection, such as TVs, tablet devices, smartphones and restart your router, you may after a few minutes restart your PC and close down as many programs as possible, including any anti-virus software.

Once you have done this you will need to open a clean browser and follow a bookmark to your chosen broadband speed testers.

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Possible issues when testing

When you run a speed test, there are a number of issues that could cause the online speed test to measure a lower speed than the actual connection, so here are some top tips for you to think about prior to testing your internet:

  • Ensure that there are no other programs or applications running in the background when running an online speed test. Another program running on your device at the same time such as a software download, could be using your Internet connection while you are trying to run a speed test.

  • Be aware that the speed test server may be highly loaded. Particularly at peak times, the servers used to provide online speed tests could be at their maximum capacity so the results may not be as accurate!

  • Try to run speed tests at different times of the day, and on different days and note the best results as generally, the highest results will be the most accurate.

  • Directly connect your device to your router by Ethernet cable. Avoid running an online speed test if connected to your router by wifi as your wifi network could be the weak link in your broadband chain so you’ll end up measuring the speed of your WiFi connection rather than your broadband connection.

  • Wifi interference issues can often cause rapid fluctuations in online speed test results. If you have no alternative than to use Wifi, then ensure that your WiFi is optimised and be located next to your wifi router when you do these tests!

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My speed is slow! What can I do?

If you are still feeling dissatisfied with your broadband speed once you have carried out these important checks, you may want to consider a new provider offering faster, more efficient and an overall more reliable broadband service.

Using a provider such as Wave Internet has many benefits as we are a local and independent business so we can provide super fast broadband to our customers, great customer service and our wifi can access hard to reach rural areas with super fast speeds too!

There are many reasons why you could consider switching to Wave Internet and here are just a few of them:

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

  • Fast overall internet speeds

  • No monthly line rental

  • Voice over internet phone systems (VoIP) – cheaper calls, flexible and adaptable contact numbers, no line rental.

  • Reliable, fast response times – all of our masts are in this local area, and so are our engineers!

  • Guest networks for friends and visitors – give your customers access to the internet without them being able to access everything else on the network.

Our friendly team of skilled engineers are always happy to help you, without the confusing techie speak! Based in the North West of England, our dedicated wireless fibre broadband doesn’t need a phone line and there’s no overseas call centres, so why not get in touch with us today?

We own all of our own mast sites, so when it comes to making your broadband work at blistering speeds, we can exceed your expectations! Different from the well known large scale suppliers, Wave Internet do not rent public masts meaning there’s no pressure to oversubscribe our sites unlike other organisations.

We operate a policy of limited numbers per mast in order to ensure superfast broadband for all our customers so if you would like to arrange a free site survey for residential or business broadband services, our team would be happy to get up to speed with your wifi!