Ultrafast fibre internet access with Invosys

In today’s hyper-connected world, slow broadband just won’t do. We work with the UK’s leading connectivity providers to provide a range of ultra-fast, reliable and secure broadband services.

An all-encompassing FTTP service

We offer a wraparound FTTP service to future-proof your customers’ connectivity, helping them plan for when broadband changes start to come into effect.

Invosys’ FTTP solution means you can offer your customers ultra-fast and reliable connectivity directly to their premises, future-proofing their systems against the PSTN Switch-Off.

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SoGEA is a broadband-only version of FTTC, using the same technology to provide superfast connectivity but without a phone line. This future-proof service will prepare you and your customers for the PSTN Switch-Off. SoGEA is quick to install, reliable to use, provides superfast speeds of up to 80 Mbps and offers a cost-effective solution to future-proof connectivity.

We offer one, three or five-year terms, and all our connectivity packages include a router that’s pre-configured and delivered using our white-label provisioning services.


SoGEA is available wherever FTTC is available. You can use our availability checker to see if it’s available near you.

By the end of 2025, Openreach will be switching off the PSTN network, meaning any services running on a landline, such as broadband and calls, will no longer work. All FTTC services will need to be upgraded to SoGEA or FTTP connectivity. Other services — including alarms, payment terminals and lifts — will also need upgrading if connected to a telephone line.

Any VDSL2 router is also compatible with SoGEA and is set up in the same way. If you have FTTC and are upgrading to SoGEA, your existing router will work. All the routers that Invosys offers are compatible with SoGEA broadband, and all our connectivity packages come with a free pre-configured router that’s ready to install.

Leased Line

A leased line uses fibre technology just like FTTP. But unlike FTTP (which is shared amongst other users, preventing businesses from receiving the full bandwidth), a supplier ‘leases’ the connection to a leased line, meaning the entire bandwidth is dedicated to the business — and that business alone.

We work with multiple suppliers to deliver either a wires-only or fully managed service, enabling us to provide your customers with speeds of up to 10 Gbps for both upload and download, allowing them to upload just as fast as they download with symmetrical speeds. We can also supply SD-WAN services.