Excel provides all types of connectivity for voice and data
Excel Comms provide a comprehensible distinction of cost and customer service for your business needs. Offering all forms of connectivity or what is physically possible to obtain in your companies area exchange.
All of our connectivity products can be provided as a wires only or fully managed option.
Our established and well proven project management services can be applied to all new projects ensuring a fully co-ordinated and close working relationship with key personnel to fit the customer’s requirements.
Excel offers a single point of contact with a dedicated customer account manager backed up by an experienced on-call customer service technical support team
Excel strive to be competitive and more personal
Confused by connectivity?
By December 2025, the traditional analogue phone network (the Public Switched Telephone Network, or PSTN) will reach the end of its life and newer digital technologies will take its place.
This means that around 16 million lines and channels will need to be upgraded to alternative products over the next six years.
We’ve spent the last 12 months talking to industry, and BT proposed plans for Mildenhall in Suffolk to become a testbed, giving Openreach, Communications Providers (CPs) and special service providers the chance to test new products and work out how they could migrate people safely and smoothly.
Here at Excel Communications, we’re excited about the move to digital, and the opportunities it brings for our customers to develop new products and meet their customers’ demands for decades to come.
There are three main ways we can connect you to the network…
The future is Full Fibre to the Premises (FTTP), where pure fibre optic cables connect you straight to the exchange to your front door. This is our most popular service!
If you’ve got a fibre package from your Communications Provider today, it’s likely you’re connected via FTTC. Fibre to the Cabinet increases basic broadband speeds by connecting powerful fibre optic cable to the cabinet, then copper wires to your home or business.
Copper network (ADSL)
Basic broadband access uses a copper phone line connected to the exchange. Check with a communications provider if you can upgrade to FTTC / FTTP.
If you’re not sure what connectivity soluion is best for you, contact us and we’ll be happy to help.