What does 'open access' mean

What does 'open access' mean

What does 'open access' mean

 

The 'open access' nature of DNATel means that it is made available on equal terms to multiple Internet Service Providers (ISPs).

 

Although DNATel provides the infrastructure for the network, it is the purpose of the ISP to provide the internet services over our infrastructure/network. This means that we work with a wide range of service providers who will be able to set you up with the internet service you need.

 

As the market is saturated with these service providers you, as a customer, are able to research the most suitable service and competitive advantages from each ISP.

 

Open access networks also avoid unnecessary infrastructure development in your particular area. ISPs are able to use this already developed infrastructure to provide their products and services, creating a more economic solution for their businesses.

 

DNATel’s fibre network is available to a wide range of trusted ISPs in order to provide you with the best internet solutions.

 

While we supply the vital infrastructure needed, the ISPs compete for your business allowing for the best services to be supplied right to your front door. The separation between the infrastructure and ISP is what allows for the most beneficial service to be provided for your needs.