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Freeola Broadband Availability Checker

How Fast Could Your Broadband Be?


Check your address for broadband availability

Find out the expected broadband speed in your area.

We don't believe in long-term contracts, so all our broadband packages are provided on 30 day rolling contracts. We endeavour to provide the fastest speeds available in your location. Check your expected broadband speed and availability by entering your number or postcode (if you don't have a number yet).

To check your line, enter your details in to the Broadband checker below.

To check your line, enter your details in to the checker
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Broadband Availability Checker

Please enter your details below to see which broadband services we can offer you. This only takes a few seconds.
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Do I need a phone line for broadband?

No, you don't always require a phone line to have broadband. Modern services such as FTTP (Fibre to the Premises), and SoGEA (Single Order Generic Ethernet Access) are data-only connections and do not require a traditional landline, so there is no longer a necessity to pay for a service that is not required.

Although FTTP is not yet available to everyone, if your exchange has been upgraded to support a Superfast FTTC (fibre to the cabinet) service, then SoGEA should be available to you.

If you still require a phone, you can switch to a digital voice option such as our low-cost residential VoIP service. This will give you all of the features of a standard phone for less, as calls are carried out over your internet connection.

About Line Speeds

Our fast, reliable Broadband tariffs generally offer the highest speeds possible at your premises.

Connection speeds available to you will depend on a number of factors, the main one being the distance to your nearest fibre-enabled cabinet to which your line is connected (for SoGEA connections). Actual broadband line speed will be determined during the first 10 days of use, after which time the highest stable rate possible will be set.

As Full Fibre broadband (FTTP) does not use your telephone line, it is not susceptible to the same factors that can affect broadband provided over a traditional line. Often the only factors affecting FTTP speed is contention and congestion in the network and end users devices that are connected.

If you're concerned about your broadband speed, read our advice on how to fix slow broadband.

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