Kilkeel Broadband - Fibrus Hyperfast has arrived!
We’re guessing your internet speeds are a frustration, or you’re paying over the odds for a service you’re not entirely happy with and are looking at the broadband options available in Kilkeel.
Fibrus is bringing hyperfast full fibre broadband right to the door of your Kilkeel home or business. That means no one else is ‘sharing’ your line and you get the advertised speed, at all times!
We’re a Northern Irish company, who pride ourselves on our great value product, local customer support and friendly team.
VIDEO ON DEMAND
Stream HD or 4K TV, watch catch-up services, YouTube videos and live events without buffering
Share user generated content quickly and easily to social media with fast upload speeds
Download games instantly and smash your competitors with reduced lag time
Work from the comfort of your own home with no more interruptions to your connection
HD VIDEO CALLING
Keep in contact with colleagues, friends and family around the world, as if they’re in the same room as you
*May require WiFi Boosters depending on the size of your home
Say goodbye to slow broadband!
It’s fair to say your neighbours are going to be jealous with the service you receive from Fibrus. Our hyperfast full fibre broadband delivers an off the charts performance for the whole family. You’ll be able to seamlessly connect multiple devices at once and wave goodbye to lag and buffering, forever.
At last, Dad can watch the football, while mum is listening to Spotify and the kids are watching YouTube or playing Fortnite!
Our residential packages range from 100Mb to 1Gb and you’ll soon wonder how you coped with anything less in Kilkeel.
Faster Business Broadband in Kilkeel
If you are a business in Kilkeel working online doesn’t have to be frustrating. Slow connections and glitchy video calls can be a thing of the past with Fibrus hyperfast full-fibre business broadband.
We bring the fibre right to your premises in Kilkeel, so you can wave goodbye to lag, buffering and slow connections, forever. Our business packages give you the option of 100Mb to 1Gb and you’ll soon wonder how you ran your business without it.
Why Has Broadband Become So Fast In Recent Years
As the home entertainment market continues to evolve and expand, so does the need for superfast broadband. With many people now working from home too, this has only increased the demand for a broadband connection that won't slow down, buffer or be disrupted due to multiple devices in simultaneous use. But why has broadband become so fast in recent years, and what speeds do you actually need? Find out below.
One of the biggest reasons why broadband speeds have increased recently is due to the rise in download demands. In fact, most broadband adverts will lead with the company's download speed, as this is the most critical information for many customers. Whether you primarily need Wi-Fi for home or business use, a superfast download speed is a must. For residential users, fast download speeds mean effortless streaming of movies, television series, app updates, online gaming and much more. Without the ability to quickly download a webpage, load up emails or video call colleagues, much of remote working would grind to a halt. A basic download speed of 3Mbps is the minimum most homes and businesses need in order to enjoy content without freezing, buffering or lengthy download delays.
But how fast does broadband really need to be? Let's do a speed breakdown. Remember, it all depends on your connection, and what you need to use it for. For those looking to stream in SD, a recommended speed of 3Mbps is advised. For those after better quality on demand entertainment in HD, then a minimum of 5Mbps is essential. Those who want to watch only the best 4K streaming will need to up their broadband connection speed to 25Mbps, however if there are multiple devices in use at the same time, this can increase again. Gamers who love their Xbox, Nintendo Switch or PlayStation will need at least 3Mbps speed, with video conferencing apps such as Zoom and Skype requiring a minimum speed of 1.5Mbps to ensure no lags or audio jitters. Lastly, audio streaming can be down at a much slower speed, with Spotify and iTunes using 0.96Mbps.
The Future of Broadband Speeds
As much of the world now transfers online, whether it is the music we listen to, the television we watch or even our indispensable home smart assistant, it is likely the demand for broadband speed will only increase. If the UK is to keep up with the rest of Europe, there will need to be greater investment in fixed access broadband networks. More ambition is required when it comes to increasing the capacity of existing infrastructure. This is especially true in remote areas, where broadband speeds are often still woefully slow, impacting on the ability of these communities to keep up economically with the rest of the UK. With hyperfast broadband speeds already on offer, only time will tell as to what the next step will be in the evolution of superfast broadband connections.