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Any companies offering 1Gbps Broadband in North London?

I'm a disabled man in a wheelchair currentely with Virgin M350 package. I have a large number IoT smart home devices including multiple camera's that all need to upload to the cloud via internet. Virgin are only offering upload speed of 35mbps which is really not enough bandwidth to keep everything running smoothly causing my camera's to look very blocky with a jumpy picture. Therefore I want to move to a different ISP.

Can anyone tell me of any companies that are offering higher upload speeds preferably 1Gbps in the North London area?

Tia
 

Mark.J

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"North London" is a bit vague, it's a big city so a postcode would be more useful :) . But generally there are several operators you might want to ask: Openreach, Virgin Media, Community Fibre, G.Network and Hyperoptic. A few smaller networks also exist but they're extremely niche.

 
Sorry my pc is N9 9WL. I've looked at the all companies you've mention apart from Openreach as I though they were just another part of BT. None of the others are offering 1Gpbs in my area.

I'll look at open reach but meantime can you suggest some of the smaller companies you mentioned?

EDIT: Just noticed the list you sent. Thanks
 

Msh

Casual Member
Sorry my pc is N9 9WL. I've looked at the all companies you've mention apart from Openreach as I though they were just another part of BT. None of the others are offering 1Gpbs in my area.

I'll look at open reach but meantime can you suggest some of the smaller companies you mentioned?

EDIT: Just noticed the list you sent. Thanks
I tend to click through https://labs.thinkbroadband.com/local/broadband-map and see what's in the area. The best you're going to get is VM there

Edit: Given that it's unlikely you can get better, maybe looking into the fact your cameras do an internet round-trip may be the next move? That traffic should stay local if I understand your use case correctly.
 
I tend to click through https://labs.thinkbroadband.com/local/broadband-map and see what's in the area. The best you're going to get is VM there

Edit: Given that it's unlikely you can get better, maybe looking into the fact your cameras do an internet round-trip may be the next move? That traffic should stay local if I understand your use case correctly.
Yea too late now for a local system as I already invested heavily in a cloud based system. Everything seems to make use of the clud nowadays. Anyway thanks for the map, it's very usefull.
 

Msh

Casual Member
Yea too late now for a local system as I already invested heavily in a cloud based system. Everything seems to make use of the clud nowadays. Anyway thanks for the map, it's very usefull.
A lot of "cloud" stuff can be addressed locally so it may be possible to connect to them in some manner minus the internet roundtrip. Which cameras did you get?
 

Ell-RSR_Communications

RSR Comms ISP Rep
I'm a disabled man in a wheelchair currentely with Virgin M350 package. I have a large number IoT smart home devices including multiple camera's that all need to upload to the cloud via internet. Virgin are only offering upload speed of 35mbps which is really not enough bandwidth to keep everything running smoothly causing my camera's to look very blocky with a jumpy picture. Therefore I want to move to a different ISP.

Can anyone tell me of any companies that are offering higher upload speeds preferably 1Gbps in the North London area?

Tia
Hi, If your after a Ethernet Circuit (also known as a leased line) most ISP should be able to provide them. If your after FTTP (Fibre To The Premises) some ISP can provide that. Were a UK reseller and one of the ISPs we use has just started offering up to 1000 Mbps down & up to 115 Mbps up on FTTP. At the moment only certain areas in the UK have FTTP available. Hope this helps.
 

Mark.J

Administrator
Staff member
ISPreview Team
Hi, If your after a Ethernet Circuit (also known as a leased line) most ISP should be able to provide them. If your after FTTP (Fibre To The Premises) some ISP can provide that. Were a UK reseller and one of the ISPs we use has just started offering up to 1000 Mbps down & up to 115 Mbps up on FTTP. At the moment only certain areas in the UK have FTTP available. Hope this helps.
If you're an ISP Rep then you need to email me to confirm that before posting, as we have to apply a special status.

 

Ell-RSR_Communications

RSR Comms ISP Rep
If you're an ISP Rep then you need to email me to confirm that before posting, as we have to apply a special status.

Were resellers Mark but not trying to sell anything just commenting off experience of whats available to try and help :)
 

Mark.J

Administrator
Staff member
ISPreview Team
Same deal though as you've chosen an account name that reflects the company, so you need to email me before posting again.
 
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