Destiny introduces Fiber-to-the-Business offering: affordable, reliable and high-performing fibre optic connection for SMEs

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Brussels, 3 September 2019 – Destiny – the Belgian provider of secure cloud communications solutions for innovative enterprises – is today introducing Fiber-to-the-Business, an offering that will be available in both Smartfit and Integra solutions. This will give Destiny’s customers direct access to a fast and stable fibre optic connection via the Destiny network, one of the most reliable in Belgium. 

To deliver its telecoms solutions, Destiny operates independently of the networks, making use of the network of local players, both nationally and internationally. Last year, for example, it concluded a wholesale agreement for Fiber-to-the-Business with Proximus and the network renewed its strategic partner agreement with Eurofiber. That gives Destiny flexible access to both the new fibre optic network that Proximus is rolling out to businesses and Eurofiber’s ever-expanding fibre optic network in Belgium and the Netherlands. With the introduction of this new offering, Destiny is responding to the growing demand from SMEs for more bandwidth and stability, fed by the increased importance of the internet, video communication and the cloud. 

Today, the digital transformation is a fact of life and a boat that businesses can't afford to miss.  Rising internet usage in general, video communication and the transition to cloud solutions are a clear trend, even among SMEs. As a result, there is now a great need, in this market segment as well, for more bandwidth and a secure and stable internet connection. Fibre optic technology provides an answer to this, given that in theory it is actually unlimited, unlike the copper or cable (coax) technology currently in use.


“With the Fiber-to-the-Business offering in both our cloud telecoms bundles, we are offering the middle segment superfast, extremely reliable and consistent internet connectivity with no interruptions, which can respond to the demands of the digital tools of today and tomorrow,” says Tim Schmit, Manager Product Marketing & Presales at Destiny. “The higher upload speeds – from 30 Mbps to 1 Gbps – also guarantee a user-friendly and enjoyable way of working on cloud applications. And in each case we combine the higher speeds in our SmartFit solution with a strict SLA (Service Level Agreement) and 4G back-up. After all, as a supplier of cloud communications solutions we are aware of how important reliable connectivity is for the accessibility of our customers and how important it is for them for data to always be available,” he adds.

To deliver the fibre optic connections Destiny uses the network of local players, giving the customer free choice. “We can actually work with every fibre optic supplier, in the same way as we are carrier neutral for the delivery of our other telecoms solutions. In the process, we work proactively alongside our customers to find the most appropriate solution for them. Ultimately, everything depends on the customer’s wishes, total solution and location,” concludes Joachim Lauwers, Managing Director Belgium at Destiny.

Transparent offering

Fiber-to-the-Business is available from today, in both Smartfit and Integra solutions. The rates are transparent, customised and dependent on specific needs.  There is already a SmartFit Fiber Plus solution (250 Mbps download speed, 30 Mbps upload speed) for 95 euros per month, including 4G back-up and SLA.  If you would like information on the availability of the new offering, please contact one of Destiny’s trusted partners or go to www.destiny.be.

For more details about the new offering: www.destiny.be


About Destiny

Destiny, founded in 2008, is a provider of secure cloud communications solutions, focusing mainly on small and medium-sized innovative enterprises. With an annual turnover of 42 million euros in 2018, the telecoms company has developed into the fastest-growing cloud and telecoms player on the Belgian and Dutch B2B market.  Since then, growth has continued.  Destiny now employs 220 staff in Belgium and the Netherlands and is now aiming for revised predicted turnover of more than 65 million euros in 2019.

Using the Destiny cloud interaction platform, companies can communicate more efficiently with any device, from anywhere, thanks to the seamless blend of telecoms and IT in the underlying architecture. Destiny thereby offers very flexible and scalable solutions, which are a perfect match for the current needs of the customer and which can also be adapted to future needs.

Destiny’s proprietary network guarantees speed and advanced service for more than 13,000 business customers, including reputable companies such as Cevora, Democo, DPD, Ecover, Gabriëls, Interparking, Katoen Natie, McDonald’s, Officenter, Standaard Boekhandel, Würth and ZEB.

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