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business connectivity

There has never been a more important time to make sure your business’s connectivity is not only fast but reliable too. Ultimately, if your connectivity is performing, your business will be able to perform too.
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Experienced Family Business

At Zeus Connex, we have more than 60 years of experience in the industry, which means we have the expertise to create a bespoke connectivity package, to match your needs and requirements. Ultimately, supporting our customers is at the heart of everything we do, and we are proud to make sure every single of our clients remains the priority of our family-led independent business, here at Zeus Connex.

Bespoke business connectivity packages

We listen to each of our customers, so we can understand their business connectivity goals. We are then committed to working hard so we can ensure businesses have a connectivity strategy that mirrors their ambition, along with their budget. And, with prices varying between providers, we understand just how vital it is to get a package that suits your business. Our customer-first policy means that we promise to provide you with a cost-effective option while delivering the same premium quality.


Furthermore, our extensive knowledge means that the friendly team at Zeus Connex can advise you on any up-and-coming industry changes that might impact you and connectivity your business.

ADSL Broadband

Asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) is a type of broadband that uses the same line as your home line. It’s the most commonly used broadband, due to its budget-friendly price. However, it also tends to be the slowest option.

FTTP Broadband

Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) Broadband produces internet at a higher speed. FTTP means that the broadband internet connection is connected from the local exchange – in other words, the data centre – directly to the router in your business, which is much faster than the old copper telephone line used by other broadband services

FTTC Broadband

Unlike FTTP, Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) involves the cables from the local exchange, stopping at a street cabinet – the green boxes you might have seen on the side of the road. From there, traditional copper cabling is used to connect the street cabinet to your business’s router. It’s worth noting that by 2025, BT will be cutting off all standard telephone lines, which means you will no longer be able to use FTTC Broadband.


Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunks are the virtual version of the analogue phonelines, making it an ideal solution when BT cuts off all standard phone lines.


Wifi is the wireless technology used to connect computers, tablets and smart devices, including mobile phones, to the internet.