Static IP

Alongside your reliable full fibre broadband package from BeFibre, you can reap a whole host of benefits from static IP — allowing you to enjoy a better online experience, whether you’re are gaming, streaming videos, monitoring at-home security, or anything in between.

 

Although a Static IP doesn't come as standard we do offer the option to add one to your existing package.

Static IP address

30 days minimum contract

30 days cancellation

Faster download and upload speed

Increased connection stability

 

What is Static IP and how does it work?

The main type of IP address that broadband connections have is a dynamic IP address. They aren’t permanently assigned and can change. A static IP address, on the other hand, is permanently attached to the broadband connection.

A static IP address can provide faster download speeds, especially for peer-to-peer file sharing or other online services that require a reliable and consistent connection — which is essential for users who frequently download large files, such as software updates, music, movies, and more.

For online gamers, this might manifest in a more stable connection, reducing latency and lag, resulting in a smoother and more enjoyable gaming experience. This can be especially important for gamers who participate in competitive online tournaments, where split-second reactions make all the difference.

Similarly, users who enjoy streaming videos can reap the benefits of a more stable connection by enjoying fewer buffering and loading times. This can be particularly helpful for users who stream high-quality content or have multiple devices streaming simultaneously.

 

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So if you're an avid gamer wanting to up their game or a movie buff on a download marathon then reach out to one of our friendly team who will be happy to set you up!

 

IPv6 is the newest version of internet protocol and will eventually replace IPv4 as the need for more IP addresses increases.. IPv6 is on our roadmap to deliver to BeFibre customers this year!

 

 

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