What is Fibre Internet?

At GO, we know that no matter what you are doing on the internet, a poor connection should be out of the picture. This is why we are continuously working on delivering fibre internet in every corner of the Maltese Islands and directly to your home.

With GO True Fibre, every bit of internet we bring you is fibre, from start to finish so that data is delivered at the speed of light, reaching 1000Mbps with low lag time.

Our Fibre connectivity in numbers

79%

of Malta covered with Fibre connectivity.

€100+ million

invested in digital infrastructure.

40+ years

of experience offering our services.

Here is why you will love Fibre

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Stable & reliable connection

Experience a stable connection like never before, without any outside interference, while you can rest assured that your connection will never drop.

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Fast download & upload speeds

With 1000Mbps download and 60Mbps uploads speeds, sharing large files or backing up your data to the cloud becomes a breeze.

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Seamless multiple device connectivity

From smartphones and laptops to smart TVs and smart home devices, with fibre your digital ecosystem thrives without a hitch.

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Get 6 months free internet

Free Smart Wi-Fi & 1 TV Stream

Opt for our Giga 1000Mbps internet plan and you’ll get the first 6 months totally FREE. You’ll also benefit from a free TV stream and our free Smart Wi-Fi Starter Kit for an extended and uninterrupted Wi-Fi signal in every corner of your home.

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FAQs

How is fibre internet installed?

A technician will visit your home to replace the old copper wiring with the new fibre wiring.

In order for this replacement to take place, you will need to have access to your roof and be able to supply an extra power socket for the new equipment.

Then once the wiring is replaced, the technician will install the new equipment and connect this with the new wiring.

How long will it take to be connected to fibre internet?

Firstly, we must confirm whether fibre internet connectivity is available in your locality. To do so, simply add your postcode here.

  • If fibre is available in your area, you will be provided with speeds of 100, 500 or 1GB Mbps.
  • If the speed available in your area is 75Mbps, this means that fibre will be available in your area soon.

Once you have confirmed that fibre is available in your locality, you may get in touch with us via WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, or Live Chat to set up an appointment. Alternatively, you may send us an email on [email protected].

 

What fibre internet speed should I get?

Choosing the right fibre internet plan should revolve around your specific needs. For everyday activities like streaming movies, enjoying YouTube or participating in online work meetings, our basic 100Mbps package is more than sufficient.

However, if your household is bustling with numerous connected devices and you’re an avid gamer or content creator, your optimal choice would be the 1000Mbps high-speed package.

If you’re unsure about your selection, don’t worry. You can always adjust your internet speed by selecting a different plan in the future. And don’t forget, we’re here and ready to help. Get in touch with us via WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, or Live Chat.

Do I need new equipment for fibre internet?

You may need new equipment to be able to connect to fibre internet. We will provide you with everything that’s needed so that you can enjoy superfast and seamless internet.

Is fibre internet and 5G the same thing?

While the two are different technologies, they support each other. For instance, fibre internet is a wired connection with speeds up to 100 times faster than traditional broadband, which means that a fibre connection can easily handle all of your online needs.

5G  is the latest evolution of cellular networks that power mobile devices and the successor to 4G LTE. Compared to 4G LTE, 5G has much faster download and upload speeds—up to 20 times faster than LTE at its theoretical maximum.