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Today, the high-speed home Internet becomes an integral part of life, especially in the capital. If a normal user once tries all its benefits, he/she simply would never be able to work with any limitations of speed and volume of traffic.

However, today, no wireless connection - from both mobile operators and through a satellite system – can ensure an acceptable data rate. In addition to a very slow data transmission, such methods require the purchase of expensive modems. Moreover, neither a movie nor an extensive program would not “get through” via a RF channel. And this makes it impossible to use even a small part of all the benefits that can be retrieved from the World Wide Web today.

The option of “phone” Internet via ADSL technology only slightly improves the situation. In this case, the modem is also required. Until recently,the most high-speed home Internet was considered the organization of a cable network based on copper cable.

Of course, such lines were the breakthrough in the speed of Internet connection, but they are becoming a thing of the past. Any copper cable has limitations on a number of connected subscribers. At great length, it brings significant losses in the line, especially at high frequencies, so the farther the subscriber is from the communication unit, the more difficult the speed is to increase. Moreover, outdoors, the cables are laid in telephone conduits, in which water penetrates and worsens the quality of connection.

Today, the most competitive and high-speed Internet is FTTB (Fiber to the Building). This system is based on the use of optical fibers in which the signal propagates substantially without loss and is not affected by external influences. Optical fiber is laid to an apartment building where a terminal signal is split to each subscriber, entering the apartment already via a normal cable.

It is the connection structure, which the high-speed home Internet in Kiev from IPnet has. Its advantages compared to other possible structures are as follows:

  • no need to purchase a modem or any other additional equipment;
  • the highest access speed - up to 1000 Mbps;
  • stability and reliability of communication;
  • high noise immunity (fiber optic is not affected by lightning and radio emissions, it is not exposed to electromagnetic interference from power cables);
  • long serviceability of lines (fiber is resistant to corrosion and oxidation);
  • separate optic cable is routed to each terminal (subscriber switch in the building) from the network core; this topology is called “star” and ensured no decrease in speed of connection with any number of subscribers, as well as high reliability.

In addition, IPnet offers the option to connect to the World Wide Web which is the most convenient and efficient for its customers today:

  • IPnet is the most cost effective unlimited home Internet in Kiev;
  • the company provides its customers with the set of services "2-in-1", that is, you will be able to connect not only the Internet but also to digital TV for a small fee.

Read more about the tariff plans for the unlimited high speed home Internet in Kiev in section Rates.