We’re not in your
area…yet.

But the good news is we hope to bring you ultrafast broadband soon!

We plan to roll out Lit Fibre in your area soon... so it won’t be long before you can enjoy:

  • Speeds up to 5x more reliable than "standard" fibre**

  • A 30 day money back guarantee so you can try Lit Fibre risk-free

  • Packages to give you Your Kind of Fast – whether that’s lag-free chats with the grandchildren, or an end to buffering business meetings

  • No mid-contract price rises – guaranteed

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Why switch to Lit

Great value full fibre broadband that’s both ultra-fast and ultra-reliable

No mid-contract price rises – guaranteed

Lit fits you, with packages built for modern households

Say goodbye to buffering with ultra-reliable full fibre broadband

Fast means fast – enjoy symmetrical download and upload speeds

Support as reliable as our fibre – available 7 days a week

What’s so special about Full Fibre?

Full Fibre is the future of broadband. It offers rock solid connection using fibre optic cables connected all the way from the exchange directly into your home.

And the speed is off the scale – up to 1Gb/second (that’s 1,000Mb/second!). Or, in other words, up to 18x faster than UK average speed*, with symmetrical download and upload speeds. It’s the full package.

At-a-glance comparison

FTTPfull fibre
Line type:Fibre-optic cables all the way from the exchange into your homeSpeeds:Up to 1,000MbReliability:Rock solid
FTTC“partial” fibre
Line type:Fibre to the cabinet in the street, with analogue copper lines to your homeSpeeds:Up to 80Mb (if you’re lucky)Reliability:Inconsistent
ADSL
Line type:Analogue copper linesSpeeds:Up to 17MbReliability:Poor
*Broadband speed calculations: The UK’s average broadband speeds are 50.4Mbps for downloads, compared to Lit Fibre’s top package average speed of 900Mbps (not achievable by a single device over Wi-Fi). Average speeds taken from Ofcom’s UK Home Brand Performance report Sept 2021.
** Ofcom, Building a Full Fibre Future report, 2018