Ultrafast full-fibre connectivity with Invosys

Slow broadband and unreliable WiFi connectivity just won’t do in today’s hyper-connected world. And with the 2025 ISDN Switch-Off looming ever closer, it’s about time you offered fibre to the premises (FTTP) or Single Order Generic Ethernet Access (SoGEA) to your customers.

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 fast and reliable connectivity directly to their premises, future-proofing their systems against the PSTN Switch-Off.

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Offered as an interim solution for customers unable to access FTTP, SoGEA provides you with broadband without a phone line, readying you for the PSTN Switch-Off. It’s quick to install, reliable to use and offers a cost-effective solution to future-proof your connectivity.

SoGEA uses the same technology as the current fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) setup and is available in areas where full fibre isn’t yet installed.


SoGEA is available wherever FTTC is available.
By the end of 2025, Openreach will close the PSTN network, meaning any services running on a landline will no longer work, such as broadband and calls. 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.