The simplest way to get connected

Across the majority of locations in the UK, a fixed broadband connection is the quickest, easiest, and best option, with a range of services and speeds available depending on your local network, including super-fast and ultra-fast or even a dedicated ethernet connection you can bring connectivity to your building with relatively little fuss.

Phone Services

Many church building will need connectivity to make or receive calls, even if this is the occasional emergency call soon with the traditional PSTN (Single line) services being switched off in 2025. But this can easily be achieved by putting that single voice call over the internet using a service called (VOIP).

But if you need a more sophisticated phone setup with multiple concurrent calls, our suppliers will be happy to provide you with the options, Whether you’re looking to get connected for the first, or unhappy with your current supplier, registered parish buying customers can contact our approved suppliers by making an enquiry below.


Internet connectivity can be delivered in a range of ways depending on the availability of services in your local area, often broadband enters your building via fibre optic cables meaning your data will travel straight from the source to your building.

The service availability will depend on your location, but it’s also important to think about where in your building you’ll need access to wired or wireless internet connection. Our suppliers will be happy to make sure your signal is available wherever you need it.

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