Zen Internet upgrades broadband packages with FRITZBox 3490
- Customers of British ISP can now enjoy the benefits that come with AVM’s FRITZ!Box 3490
- Zen Internet has upgraded router of its “Fibre Broadband” standard packages for homes and small businesses
- FRITZ!Box 3490 free for new customers who take a 12 month contract
- Which? survey: Zen Internet has the highest customer rating
Customers of the British Internet Service Provider Zen Internet can now enjoy the benefits that come with AVM’s FRITZ!Box 3490 - as part of their standard package. Zen Internet has upgraded the router of its “Fibre Broadband” packages for homes and small businesses to the multifunctional FRITZ!Box, which supports 100 Mbit VDSL lines with full vectoring. The FRITZ!Box 3490 is free for new customers who take a 12 month contract.
With the FRITZ!Box 3490, users can benefit from two wireless networks at the same time thanks to ultra-fast Wireless AC + N with up to 1,300 Mbit/s. Four gigabit Ethernet ports and modern wireless LAN architecture provide for fast and stable connections in the home network, while the integrated media server and the two USB 3.0 ports turn the FRITZ!Box into an ideal hub for digital entertainment: music, pictures and videos are available everywhere immediately. FRITZ!OS, the operating system of the FRITZ!Box, is easy to use and delivers new functions on a regular basis via free firmware updates.
“The right router goes a long way towards having a frustration-free experience on all of our connected devices”, said Andy Sayle, Zen’s Product Manager for Broadband. “That’s why we’ve partnered with AVM to bring the FRITZ!Box 3490 to our customers. The FRITZ!Box offers great performance and great features to provide a fantastic experience.”
In a recent Which? survey of 12 broadband providers, Zen Internet had the highest customer rating at 86%. TalkTalk and BT scored 38% and 45% respectively with their customers, while Sky (48%) and EE (49%) received slightly higher scores. Plusnet (65%), Virgin Media (52%), Vodafone (50%) and the Post Office (48%) were also included in the survey.
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