Fibre To The Home - Open Access Network
Are you looking for a reliable, high-speed internet connection for your home? Look no further than 123NET's Fibre To The Home Open Access Network!
Our city-wide, open-access network is built with 10-gigabit capabilities, ensuring that you have access to lightning-fast speeds for all your internet needs. Whether you're streaming your favourite shows, gaming online, or simply browsing the web, our network provides a reliable, quality fibre internet connectivity service that you can count on.
What sets us apart from the competition? Our open access network model allows multiple Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to provide services to end-users over a shared physical network infrastructure. This means that you have more options when it comes to selecting an ISP, and can choose the provider that best meets your needs. Plus, with our focus on customer service excellence and flexible month-to-month packages, you can rest assured that you're getting the best service possible.
But our open access network doesn't just benefit end-users - it also provides a solution for ISPs of all sizes. By operating on our network, ISPs can access a large customer base without the need to invest in building their own infrastructure. This means that smaller companies that may have been locked out of the market in the past now have the opportunity to compete with larger, established providers. And with excellent margins, it's a win-win for everyone.
So why choose 123NET's Fibre To The Home Open Access Network? Because we're the backbone for economic development and digitally sustainable. Our network promotes competition, enables smaller companies to enter the market, and provides you with a reliable, high-speed internet connection. Make the switch to 123NET today and experience the difference for yourself!
Who will get access to the network?
Our open access network is available to all Internet Service Providers (ISPs) who want to provide services to end-users over our shared physical network infrastructure. This means that any ISP can gain access to our network and offer their services to customers, regardless of the size of the company. By enabling smaller companies to compete with larger, established providers, our network promotes competition and innovation, resulting in better pricing and service options for end-users.
As an end-user, if you're interested in accessing our network, you can reach out to your preferred ISP to see if they offer services over our network. If they do, you can sign up for their services and start enjoying the benefits of our reliable, high-speed internet connectivity. If they don't currently offer services over our network, you can encourage them to consider doing so, or explore other ISPs that do operate on our network.
Overall, our open access network provides a solution that benefits both end-users and ISPs of all sizes. By enabling competition and innovation, we're helping to build a more connected, sustainable, and economically vibrant community for everyone.
What is an open access network?
An open access network is a telecommunications network that enables multiple Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to provide services to end-users over a shared physical network infrastructure. This means that the network is open to any ISP that wants to provide services, rather than being exclusive to a single provider.
The open access model allows for more competition among ISPs, which can result in better pricing and service options for end-users. Additionally, the model enables smaller ISPs to enter the market and compete with larger, established providers, since they don't have to invest in building their own infrastructure. This means that consumers have more options when it comes to selecting an ISP, and can choose the provider that best meets their needs.
Open access networks are typically funded, built, and operated by a neutral third-party provider, such as 123NET, who provides the physical network infrastructure and ensures that all ISPs have equal access to the network. This helps to ensure that the network is operated in a fair and equitable manner, with no single provider having an unfair advantage over others.
Overall, open access networks provide a solution that benefits both end-users and ISPs. They promote competition and innovation, resulting in better pricing and service options for end-users, while also enabling smaller companies to enter the market and compete with larger providers.