Traditional connectivity (such as ADSL) runs over a copper wire, which allows lightning strikes into your house, thereby damaging your equipment. Fibre comes into your home via thin glass strands, which inherently reduces the risk of lightning damage. However, if your house is struck by lightning then damage can occur through your power lines.
Articles in this section
- What to do if your TP-Link Router is reset
- How fast is RocketNet and speeds on speedtest.net?
- Can I upgrade my line speed at any time?
- If my area is not listed, how do I know when fibre will be available in my area?
- Can I keep my existing email address if I subscribe to the RocketNet service?
- How long will it take for me to get my service once I have placed my order?
- How are my Wifi devices going to be able to integrate into your Fibre Solution?
- Can I keep my email address with my existing service provider?
- Do you offer a static IP Address?
- What WiFi router/modem do you install?