PC Repairs in Kent -
trying to explain about line attenuation or that the RADIUS server authentication had failed.
So we took the decision to supply our own broadband. This is supplied to us from a number of wholesalers so that we can offer our Dual Broadband from two completely different suppliers to try to limit the points of failure.
We are able to supply broadband right up to 24 Meg provided you have a local exchange that is capable of it. More importantly we will take the time to get your broadband right.
Small businesses that are situated outside of towns tend to get a rough deal with the major broadband suppliers as they are not interested in spending any time tweaking the system. Whatever the auto configuration gives you that’s what you get. Quickmail is different and will tweak the system to get you the best speed possible while still being reliable.
Why Use Quickmail Broadband?
Fast, Reliable, Pure Broadband
No Limits, No Nonsense, No “Features” you will never use…
We spend your money on what you want, reliable Internet & email access!
Nice easy to remember email addresses (as many as you want)
Friendly helpful support based near Ashford, just a local call away -
Help you set everything up, either over the phone or by visiting you at home
(at a discounted rate).
Fix any problems promptly while keeping you informed. Yes, we will phone you back to let you know what is going on.
Phone Mick or Sue on 01233 740306
Ensuring you have the fastest most reliable access to the Internet possible.
Is your wireless temperamental?
Do you seem to spend ages on the phone
talking to unsympathetic helpdesk staff?
(or worse on hold waiting for unsympathetic helpdesk staff)
Call 01233 740306
And let us sort out your wireless &
Kent PC's has it’s own Broadband it’s called Quickmail Broadband. It was set up to counter the growing number of broadband suppliers that impose limits and silly rules on the use of their broadband. These rules were making it difficult for our small business customers to use their broadband as they wanted to without incurring extra costs. Added to that were the 0870 high cost offshore “support” lines where having a non-