About Converged Rural Broadband

Welcome to the about page for Converged Rural Broadband - a wireless internet service provider - formed in Aberdeenshire in 2010!

We are a locally-owned and operated WISP, dedicated to providing high-speed internet access to rural communities across Scotland. Our mission is to bridge the digital divide and make high-speed internet accessible to everyone, regardless of their location.

Our team of experienced professionals has been working tirelessly since 2010 to bring high-quality internet access to rural communities. We have invested in the latest wireless technology to deliver fast and reliable internet access to even the most remote areas of Scotland.

At Caleycom, we believe in providing personalized service to each of our customers. Our team works closely with clients to understand their internet needs and tailor solutions that are customized to their requirements.

We are proud to be a part of the North East community, and we are committed to providing our customers with the best possible service. Our focus on quality, reliability, and customer satisfaction has earned us a reputation as a trusted provider of high-speed internet access.

Thank you for considering our WISP for your internet needs. We look forward to serving you and helping to bring high-speed internet access to rural communities across the North East of Scotland.

About Our Different connection Types

At Converged Rural BroadbandWe offer both Fixed Wireless broadband and Fibre Optic broadband 

Fibre optic broadband and fixed wireless broadband are both high-speed internet options, but they differ in how they deliver data.

Fibre optic broadband uses fibre optic cables made of glass or plastic strands to transmit data as pulses of light. These cables provide a direct, physical connection between the internet service provider and the customer, enabling fast and reliable internet speeds. fibre optic broadband can transmit data at very high speeds and is typically the fastest and most reliable type of broadband available.

Fixed wireless broadband, on the other hand, uses radio signals to transmit data from a fixed antenna on a tower or mast to a receiver on the customer's property. Fixed wireless broadband relies on line of sight, meaning that there must be a clear path between the tower or mast and the receiver. As such, fixed wireless broadband may be subject to interference from trees, buildings, and other obstacles. Despite this limitation, fixed wireless broadband can still provide high-speed internet access in areas where fibre optic broadband is not available or too expensive to install.

Copper broadband, also known as ADSL, uses copper wires to transmit data over telephone lines. Copper broadband is typically slower and less reliable than fibre optic or fixed wireless broadband, and its performance may be affected by distance from the exchange, the quality of phone lines, and interference from other electronic devices.

In summary, fibre optic broadband offers the fastest and most reliable internet speeds, while fixed wireless broadband provides a high-speed alternative in areas where fibre is not available or too expensive to install. Copper broadband is generally slower and less reliable than both fibre and fixed wireless broadband. The choice between the three depends on individual needs and circumstances, such as location, internet usage requirements, and availability of broadband options.


Email : hello@crb.scot

Contact Number : 01224 571700