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  • Wireless can be deployed far quicker than Fibre in many areas, and outside of the current Fibre footprint.
  • Wireless Service providers deployed Country Wide, Carrier Grade Voice and Data Networks, with a combination of Fibre and high capacity Wireless back-hauls for redundancy can certainly compete with Fibre.
  • Deploy Point-to-Point or Point-to-Multipoint Solutions for last mile connectivity with guaranteed uptimes.
  • Wireless solutions may, in some cases, be more cost-effective than Fibre, quicker to deploy, and with the added advantage of deployment within and any outlying areas, provided there is coverage.
  • This can provide any business with a permanent solution even if Fibre is available in the area.


  • Fibre is becoming increasingly popular.
  • It is a natural replacement for high-theft copper, and as a fixed-line service it is stable, robust, and has a very high data carrying capacity.
  • Because Fibre is underground, the reliability of its throughput is not affected by the elements which can affect entry-level wireless solutions. The Fibre cables can be accidentally dug up, however resulting in connectivity downtime.
  • Fibre services to a business can be up-scaled to higher-speeds easily.
  • Due to the increase of rollouts affordability and turnaround times to installation in most areas is steadily improving.

Wireless vs Fibre

Comparing Fibre to Wireless Technology – availability, coverage, reliability, uptime guarantees, capacity, service delivery and price are all key elements to consider.

As for Fibre capacity vs Wireless capacity, the gap continues to shrink due to the technology evolving on a daily basis.

Outside of the high-density areas in both small and large towns where fibre is years away, Wireless Technology is readily available to meet all customer requirements.

Both options are scalable, to ensure that as your needs grow, so can your connectivity. Fibre and Wireless capacities can be expanded by a change in configuration and if required, a change in equipment, both of which can be easily managed by the service provider.

Ultimately, both Fibre and Wireless are purely the Connectivity (Layer-2) method, for the delivery of the service/s to be provided.

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