Home broadband from G.Network .

So you've received our letter, what happens next? 

Great news, we're rebuilding London's broadband from the fibre up we are ready to connect people in your area. 

We’ve got a range of tariffs that meet even the most demanding broadband needs. 

Simply enter your post code below and choose one of our Full Fibre broadband tariffs based on the broadband usage in your household. 

How to switch to G.Network.

Whilst we try to connect all of our customers as quickly as possible, getting connected to our independent, full fibre network can take up to 2 months. 

This is because we need to; conduct a survey, get the relevant permissions from the landlord or freeholder and organise the installation.

  • If you’ve already had a G.Network connection into your premises before, then you can use the existing G.Network router or ONT. All we'll need to do is set your new order live.
  • If your premises has not been connected to G.Network before, then we’ll need to connect the fibre from your street to your premises.
  1. Survey

    This identifies the best route to take our fibre from the street into your home. Your survey will be booked in when we speak to you after you’ve placed an order.

  2. Permissions

    Like any business installing cabling into a building, we need permission from the freeholder, landlord and/or managing agent. We need this to install our fibre. This is a legal agreement known as a ‘wayleave’. If you own your property, we’ll send you a template wayleave agreement at this stage or we’ll ask you for your landlord’s details and we will manage this process directly with them.

  3. Installation

    The exciting part! Once we’ve got the wayleave, our engineer can visit your property and install your full fibre broadband. Again, we’ll call you to arrange this. We’re looking forward to welcoming you as a customer. and as we work through the process, we’ll be able to confirm an exact go live date.

Important bits.

*13x faster than London’s average download speed based on G.Networks 900mbps vs 69mbps for available London boroughs. Source: 2020 Ofcom Connected Nations Data.

*If you’re not 100% satisfied with our service then you can leave at any time within the first 3 months of the contract with no penalties. This offer is for new customers only.