Ashford Vision are currently able to offer the below pricing on up-to 38Mbps broadband from Plusnet.
This offer is for residential/consumer customers only on a new 18 month contract, who are currently on a line that is managed by Openreach.
Up to 40Mb Unlimited Broadband: from £5 per month (for 18 months, then £14.99 thereafter)
Download up-to 38Mbps
Upload up-to 1.9Mbps
Free ‘Hub One’ Router
Router delivery (upfront): £6.99
Line Rental: £17.99
Voicemail 1571: £0.00
TOTAL upfront payment: £6.99
TOTAL monthly payment: £22.99 (£32.98 after 18 months)
If you currently have a line managed by Virgin Media, there is an additional installation charge of £49.99 applied for an engineer install, which is added to the total upfront costs.
Optional telephone add-ons include; Unlimited UK and mobile calls @ £8pm | 100 mobile minutes @ £3pm | Evening and weekend UK and mobile calls @ £4pm | Anytime international calls @ £7.50pm | Anonymous call reject @ £4pm.
Need faster speeds? Unlimited Fibre Extra is available at £10 per month (for 18 months, then £19.99 thereafter)
Please send an email to email@example.com with your contact details, and the address of where you would want the services installed, and we will call you back.
I was called out to a new business located in Bridge Street, Ashford. The business is called ‘Red Cherry Recruitment’.
Jon contacted Ashford Vision in regards to his office’s data cabling – half of it was not working! With enough on his plate already with the starting up of his business, the data cabling issue was the last thing that he needed to deal with.
Upon arrival, it became apparent that some of the cabling had suffered some damage. Also, there were issues with the patch panel that was in position. Within 2 hours, all was fixed and Jon was left safe in the knowledge that he was all ready to go.
Red Cherry Recruitment provide a bespoke recruitment service in the commercial, industrial and catering sectors. Jon and his team can be contacted on 01233 229430 | firstname.lastname@example.org .
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We are able to obtain a solution for residential customers and businesses alike.
We pride ourselves on customer satisfaction from the point of first contact right through to order processing and the installation of your new services.
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The broadband from Virgin Media Business runs on their DOCSIS3 technology, right into the premise. This makes it more reliable, and it holds on to its speed much tighter than regular copper, giving you more of what you signed up for.
Find out more at www.business-broadband-kent.co.uk
Again due to lack of time, it has been a while since my last blog – so lets make this a Good(nestone) one!
Goodnestone Manor is currently being refurbished, and the TV system was in dire need of updating. With new cables run to 17 rooms within the property, the next thing was to link it all up to a head end set-up.
In the loft went a new 4G/LTE filtered antenna for the reception of the frequencies needed to run Freeview.
Once the antenna was in, next was to install the equipment to allow successful distribution to all of the 17 rooms. A 4G/LTE filtered head end launch amp took care of the initial signal levels, whilst stepped tap plates ensured that each room’s signal was with specification for trouble-free service.
It was a real pleasure working on this project, the place was amazing, and you had to stop to take it all in.
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Coming toward the end of 2015, and I was asked to perform an installation for a local radio communications company – JCS Kent Ltd.
The Julie Rose Stadium now has control over the Conningbrook Lakes, and needed to have radio coverage over this area.
There was an existing TV aerial mast that needed swapping due to the existing one being bent. The new mast had a radio repeater mounted on the end, and the TV aerial was reinstalled and pointed to the Dover transmitter to ensure continued TV reception.
This week saw my second visit to the old Wye College site in Wye, Kent. This time it was Dunsten Hall – which has a total of 36 rooms that were in need of a decent TV signal.
Dunsten Hall had an existing install that was just not up to the job. It had two aerials that were pointing to the local Wye Freeview Light transmitter, and they could only receive about 10 TV channels if they were lucky and if weather conditions would allow it.
The old aerials were feeding two separate sides of the building and it was requested that this was replicated in the revamp.
Two new 4G/LTE filtered aerials were installed and mounted on a non penetrating roof mount that was weighed down with 4 paving slabs. This avoids drilling into the roof, and eliminates leaks. The new aerials were successfully aligned to the Heathfield transmitter, and are receiving the full Freeview line up.
Two new 4G/LTE filtered 47db gain launch amps replaced the existing under-powered domestic masthead amps.
I made use of the existing internal wiring, but swapped out all of the internal screw-down splitters for shielded tap plates and connectors. This cuts out the ingress of noise, and the egress of good signal.
All 36 rooms are now receiving a great DVB-T/T2 signal that is at the higher end of the specified tolerance, and I have had reports back that Withersdane Ltd’s clients are very pleased with their new available selection of reliable TV channels.
There will be a video posted shortly to our Facebook page that will show how we got the paving slabs, bracketry, aerials and tools up to the roof!