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When it comes to business broadband, you already know what you need. It must be fast and reliable. You’ve got a business to run and customers to support, and your internet infrastructure is vital.
It’s non-negotiable, along with power, plumbing, and the roof over your head.
That’s why you turn to Blacknight. Because we’re the internet experts. We’ve built a world-class network and optimised it for connectivity and reliability.
And we back it up with unrivalled expertise and responsive customer support.
For the best business broadband in Kilkenny, call Blacknight at (059) 9183072 and get connected!
Choose the fibre option that meets your needs.
FTTP (Fibre to the Premises) up to 1Gbps
FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) up to 100Mbps
Optional Premium Grade SLA
Subject to availability of fibre in your area
Up to 10Gbps
Enterprise Grade SLA
Subject to availability of fibre in your area
* excludes VAT
Get in touch with Blacknight about broadband for business in Kilkenny
Yes, all of our broadband plans have unlimited downloads.
No, we don’t require a landline connection to provide Broadband.
No, our broadband is a standalone product. You do not require a phone line to avail of our broadband services.
However, if you already have an existing phone that you wish to keep you can continue your phone connection with your existing provider, and move only your broadband services to Blacknight.
Optical fibres carry pulses of light to transmit information in the fastest way possible: literally at the speed of light! Fibre networks are replacing traditional copper wires to carry data over large distances. Increasingly, fibre connections can be made all the way to a premises (FTTP – Fibre to the Premises) or to a nearby exchange or network cabinet, with the last part of the signal carried over copper wire (FTTC – Fibre to the Cabinet).
The advantage of optical fibres over copper wire is that the signal quality does not degrade significantly with the distance carried. The further a signal must travel on copper, the lower the data transmission rate has to be, in order to compensate for the signal degradation. Because of this, it is desirable to maximise the portion of the network which uses fibre.
‘Fibre to the Premises’ (FTTP) describes a system in which an optical fiber is run from the central office all the way to the premises occupied by the subscriber. It is also referred to as Fibre to the Home (FTTH).
‘Fibre to the Cabinet’ (FTTC) describes a system in which the optical network terminates at a telecommunications cabinet serving a neighbourhood, and the signal is then carried a relatively short distance on copper, from the cabinet to the subscriber premises.
Because of the cost and time involved in replacing copper networks with fibre, FTTC can reach a greater number of premises, but FTTP connections, when available, offer much faster connections.
Yes, of course you can.
We’ll need your UAN (Universal Account Number) if you know it, or your customer number with your current provider. This information can most easily be found on your bill.
If you currently have fibre broadband through another provider, it should take between 1 and 3 days from confirmation of your order, to switch your service to Blacknight. In many instances, this can be done virtually without having to visit the premises.
If we need to do a completely new install, it should take between 3 and 10 business days in most cases, depending on local circumstances. We will contact you to arrange an appointment for your installation.
Broadband brings the internet into your home. Then WiFi delivers it to your devices around the house. But you can’t reach every nook and cranny with a single WiFi node.
That’s where WiFi Booster comes in. A mesh network allows you to extend the signal where you need it to go, and access it anywhere using a single network name (SSID) and password.
If you already use Wifi, you may already know if there are WiFi black spots in your home. If in doubt, you can leave it out for now and order it later when you’re broadband is up and running.
Only for 6 months. After that, the service is provided on a monthly rolling contract.
If you terminate the contract in the first 6 months, you will be charged for the remainder of the 6-month period.
You can pay for Blacknight Broadband with a debit card, credit card or direct debit. You will need a card to make the initial payment. Then you can set up direct debit for the monthly recurring payments, or continue to pay by card.
You cannot use cash, PayPal or cheques to pay for broadband.