At GO, we know that no matter what you are doing on the internet, a poor connection should be out of the picture. We believe that the only way to future proof Malta and to be able to handle the phenomenal growth in data, is to invest in a state-of-the-art, fibre-to-the-home network.
A fibre network delivers data to you at the speed of light, reaching speeds of up to 1000Mbps with low lag time.
With faster speeds than the average household internet, fibre is perfect for busy homes with multiple devices downloading, streaming & gaming at the same time.
GO is the only provider in Malta that installs the best technology in the market directly to your address, whether for your home or business.
Experience a stable connection like never before, without any outside interference, while you can rest assured that your connection will never drop.
of Malta covered with Fibre connectivity.
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Free Smart Wi-Fi & 1 TV Stream
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You can check your speed by running a speed test. It is important that the test is done by connecting your computer/laptop directly with our modem and for the best result, assure yourself that no other devices are using the internet.
You can also check the speed you are receiving on your internet modem by following the below steps:
Kif nista’ niċċekkja l-veloċità ta’ l-internet tiegħi?
Tista’ tiċċekkja l-veloċità tal-internet tiegħek billi tagħmel speed test. Huwa importanti li t-test isir meta l-kompjuter / laptop ikun imqabbad direttament b’cable mal-modem tagħna u għall-aħjar riżultat, kun żgur li l-ebda apparat ieħor ma’ jkun qed juża l-internet fl-istess ħin.
Tista’ wkoll tiċċekkja l-veloċità li qed tirċievi sal-modem tal-internet tiegħek billi ssegwi l-passi hawn taħt:
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.
Firstly, we must confirm whether fibre internet connectivity is available in your locality. To do so, simply add your postcode here.
Once you have confirmed that fibre is available in your locality, you may get in touch with us via WhatsApp, Live Chat or Facebook Messenger to set up an appointment. Alternatively, you may send us an email on email@example.com.
The standard fibre speed is 100Mbps. This means that you’ll be able to watch movies and series on Netflix or YouTube, attend Teams/Zoom meetings and spend hours playing most online games on several devices at the same time. However, if your household needs call for faster internet speeds, we’re happy to help. Get in touch with us to see what we can do.
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.
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.