Bullet uses the same Ethernet delivery system as big corporations use for their expensive leased lines. You don’t share your connection with anyone, which means it’s reliable, predictable and doesn’t suffer from the highs and lows associated with connections from other providers.
It takes advantage of BT’s Ethernet in the First Mile (EFM) technology. This is the next generation of Internet connectivity – part of BT's‘21st century network’ – and it’s available to businesses within a mile of their local BT exchange.
Bullet provides an Ethernet connection of up to 10Mbps (Megabits per second). If you don’t need that capacity then you don’t pay for it, or you can use the ‘spare’ bandwidth for additional services like digital phone systems with an internal switchboard, connectivity to another location (a second office, for example), or low-cost Internet-based phone systems like VoIP. Increased bandwidth will also improve the performance of any apps you use, such as email, cloud computing or remote worker connections.
Bullet comes with:
for our premium Internet service