Welcome to the Ogi Academi
Our quick guide to all things Ogi. You have better things to worry about than your broadband. So let’s keep this simple.
Let’s start at the top. Ogi is bringing a full fibre network to homes and businesses across south Wales.
Just to be clear, there are two types of ‘fibre’ broadband:
Fibre to the cabinet means fibre optic to the cabinet or green box to your street, then a copper line to your property. The copper lines are struggling a bit, and we can do better…
Full fibre means a ‘fibre-to-the-premises’ fibre optic connection to your home or business, not the green box down the street. It can bring you an Ultrafast service, and that’s what Ogi’s here to build.
Setting up your Ogi Fibre
Switching to Ogi is easy if we’re in your area. Speak to one of our friendly Ogi team members when you see them; call us on 029 2002 0520 or just sign-up online. We’ll give you an installation slot, and then all you need to do is wait for our Ogi Engineers to pop round. This little video explains it all in 60 secs.
Everything we do is zippy.
Your need for speed
The internet’s a big place and a lot of things can impact on the speed of your connection, some of which will be issues on the other side of the planet, and beyond our control. Your advertised speed is the average speed that is achievable by around 50% of our customers during peak hours. The minimum download speed you can expect to receive during peak time is around half your advertised speed.
You can test the speed of your service from us using Ogi’s Speed Test. To do this accurately, make sure you test your speed using a cable to your router, switching off any other devices and applications too.
Boost things up…
Remember that your Ogi full fibre optic connection stops at the Optical Network Terminal inside your home.
From here, it’s down to routers to carry your connection to every part of your home.
That’s why the speed you’ll see will vary, depending on the size and nature of your home and the device you’re using.
Ogi offers all our customers state-of-the-art wifi, but if you need to boost your speeds get in touch for an upgrade.