Leased lines are increasingly popular in 2019, and it’s no surprise why. These dedicated, direct-to-you connections offer a huge range of benefits. From symmetric upload and download speeds to enhanced reliability, they make an attractive choice for most businesses.
Looking for a new business phone and broadband provider? As a giant in the industry, it makes sense to consider BT as an option.
Leased lines have traditionally reigned when it comes to speed, reliability and service levels. Now, with providers offering similar speeds through the fibre network, businesses can compare between FTTP and leased lines to see which suits their needs best.
Virgin Media Business is a popular provider for business phone and broadband services. It’s no surprise, as they offer the UK’s fastest major business broadband alongside a robust service level agreement.
There are few services that can impact your business as much as your internet and phone line. The right business broadband and phone deal can give you a real competitive edge. You can use technology to automate processes, work more efficiently and use systems like VoIP to conduct business calls wherever you are.
Whether you need a dedicated line with the fastest speeds possible or just want a reliable connection that’s capable of supporting voice calls over the internet, we’re here to help you find the right package for your small business.
While you can now access high-speed internet through a fibre broadband connection, a dedicated leased line could unlock even greater speeds. It's also a powerful way to future-proof your broadband to support your growth.
It’s 2019 and your business phone and broadband can play a critical part in the success and continuity of your business.
In 2020, businesses face an ever-growing demand on technology, data and productivity. This means that a strong, reliable and fast internet connection is more crucial than ever. But which type of broadband should power your business?
CityFibre is new in town. Well, lots of towns. And cities – most cities, in fact. And it’s continuing to grow, at an incredible rate.
Business fibre is a next gen technology that brings faster, more reliable internet connections to business premises compared to the older DSL technology.
Openreach announced on 30th October 2017 that from February 2018, the fixed connection charge for FTTP on Demand will be decreased from £750 (excluding VAT) to £92 (excluding VAT) for a 330 Mbps download/30 Mbps upload service. Furthermore, the distance-based fee will be replaced by a build charge. Openreach provides estimates of build charges on a case-by-case basis.
Now, in March 2018, that sounds like great news, especially if you are considering a shift to fibre broadband. Install costs should now be affordable... right? After all the giant UK network operator Openreach has spoken. So we thought we'd test how the theory works in practice, and this is what we found.
In this article we will cover what FTTP is, the advantages, the disadvantages, where to find out availability and the price of FTTP.