Amicus Networks, your one-stop solution for all your connectivity needs. As the leading provider of comprehensive, high-quality broadband services, we pride ourselves on delivering reliable, superfast internet and advanced network equipment to help you maximize your online experience. Our extensive range of services includes FTTC, Sogea, FTTP, Leaseline, and 4G & 5G and iOT solutions, all designed to meet your unique connectivity requirements. With Amicus Networks, you can trust that we have the perfect solution for your business.



Why Choose Amicus Networks?

Our suite of broadband services ensures that we have the right solution for every need. We offer a diverse array of broadband services, including:

Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC)

With FTTC, we deliver high-speed internet to a street cabinet near your premises, providing faster and more reliable connectivity than traditional ADSL broadband.

Single Order Generic Ethernet Access (Sogea)

This service simplifies the provisioning process by offering a standalone, high-speed broadband connection without the need for a separate voice line.

Fibre to the Premises (FTTP)

Experience ultra-fast internet speeds with our FTTP service, which brings fibre-optic connections directly to your home or business, ensuring unparalleled performance and reliability.


Our dedicated Leaseline service guarantees symmetrical upload and download speeds, making it the perfect choice for businesses that require reliable, high-capacity connections for their critical operations.

4G & 5G Options

Stay connected on-the-go with our advanced 4G and 5G wireless broadband solutions, providing lightning-fast internet speeds and enhanced coverage to keep you online wherever you are.


Always-on Connectivity: Our SIMs are designed to automatically switch to the strongest available network. Whether you're in a remote location or a densely populated urban area, stay connected always.

Are you ready for the Analogue & Digital Switch Off

The UK government has announced that it will switch off all analogue telecom services by 2025, and replace them with digital services. This means that all landline phones, fax machines, and other devices that use analogue signals will no longer work after the switch off date. Instead, users will need to upgrade to digital devices that use internet-based technologies, such as Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), broadband, or mobile networks. The switch off will affect millions of households and businesses across the UK, and will require them to take action to ensure they can continue to communicate and access essential services.


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