What is the Difference between Standard Broadband and Dedicated/Uncontested Fibre?
Standard broadband is delivered via a contested connection that is shared between multiple users. This means that your connection speed and reliability is not guaranteed as resources (Bandwidth) are shared between all users. If one customer on the connection goes through a period of heavy use, this will have a knock on effect on all other users.
A dedicated/uncontested connection on the other hand is a direct fibre connection to your building. This type of connection is not shared with anyone and the speeds you receive are guaranteed.