Superfast broadband for free

With speeds up to 200 mb/s and 24/7 tech support.

You'll' want a superfast and reliable internet service, which is why we include a great broadband package for FREE

You'll experience speeds of up to 200 mb/s with 24/7 support via our internet service provider Ask 4 (or Glide if you live in Block G).

You'll be able to connect your phone, laptop or Echo Dot/Google Hub or Nest all using our private and secure network - just like you do at home. 

What exactly is included with Ask4?

  • We give you a dedicated fibre optic connection to your room with wired speeds of up to 200 mb/s (please note a wired connection is not available in Block G).
  • Your room will also come with a super-fast unlimited wireless internet package of up to 100 mb/s.
  • Ask4 has an award-winning, multi-lingual technical support helpdesk available 24/7.
  • Ask4 allows you to connect up to 6 devices for free - with the option to upgrade if you have more requirements.
  • Site-wide wireless coverage, including wifi in our shared indoor and outdoor spaces.
  • Expert installation to ensure optimal performance and minimum channel interference.

Unlimited download limit with Ask4

There are no monthly usage limits with our broadband, so you can stream, browse, and download to your heart's content.

  • No limit on downloads
  • No extra usage charges

Secure connections

ASK4 uses an award-winning network system called 4Network, which means you can connect privately and securely via CODE's wifi - just like you can at home.

Your neighbours can't see what you are doing and you can't connect to each other's devices over WiFi, stopping obvious privacy and security risks.

Plus, with 4Network, this secure connection works wherever you are in the building (it is not restricted to your room or being close to one particular ‘router’), this includes any wired or wireless-enabled device.

During peak hours (8pm - 10pm), the average speed in Block A-F at Leicester is 188Mb/s. As our students have 24/7 support from Ask4, we encourage them to run speed tests and report any issues if they feel their broadband is not reaching these speeds.