DSL, Fibre Optic, or Superfast Fibre – what’s the difference?
There are lots of names out there for different types of broadband. To keep it simple, DSL gives you broadband speeds on average of 10mbps. Fibre optic broadband lets you go to an average of 36mbps and superfast fibre is anything faster than that.
If you're looking round our site and want to know which one is which - our DSL product is called Brilliant Broadband, our fibre optic is called Fab Fibre and Superfast fibre is Super Fibre.