Broadband for Businesses: An All-You-Need-To-Know Guide

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Starting out as a small business can be challenging to say the least. Unless you’ve been in that situation and experienced it before, then everything will be completely new and exciting. You’ll need the right mindset, a refined business idea, and a good understanding of all your competitors. Not only that, but you’ll also need the right tools to help you get started and eventually scale up.


One such area you need to get right is your business’s broadband.


Your business broadband has to be reliable, so you will need to find the right broadband package for you. Your internet connection will play a big part in your business, from marketing your product and accounting to order tracking and customer service. If you settle for a contract that isn’t the right fit, you could end up having more issues launching your business and have to pay excessive exit fees.


So let us walk you through all your options, so you know exactly what will suit your needs:


Fibre to the Premises (FTTP)


FTTP involves laying fibre optic cables directly from the broadband exchange right into your home or business premises. Currently, most businesses are connected via Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC), where fibre cables run from the exchange to a street box, the copper wires connecting your premises to the box. When compared to one another, FTTP is far superior.


Here at Eze Talk, our FTTP business broadband plan is the absolute latest in Superfast broadband technology, offering you incredibly fast download speeds of up to 900Mbps! FTTP is ideal for businesses who need greater bandwidth than the standard ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) and FTTC broadband but don’t have the needs or budget for their own dedicated line.


Over the next few years, FTTP will start to become the norm for most businesses in the UK. Why not get ahead of the game and have it installed?


Ethernet/Leased Line


A Dedicated Leased Line is a fixed bandwidth data connection that allows businesses to have a reliable, high-quality internet connection with great upload and download speeds. That means the line is for your business’s private use only, ensuring reliability – in that the connection stays online at all times – and consistency in the speeds at which you are receiving.


We can offer you this service so your business can move its activities into the digital space with a fast, reliable, cloud-ready internet connection that you won’t ever have to worry about! Speeds reach up to 10Gbps, and it never fluctuates as it’s fully reserved exclusively for your use. As a business that needs access to the internet for operation, this is more than enough!


Also, Leased Lines, fortunately, benefit from the fact that there are no ‘peak times’ whatsoever, thanks to the private connection.


Superfast Fibre Broadband


Superfast Fibre Broadband is any broadband service that provides speeds of 30Mbps or higher, which allows a business to connect multiple devices and still receive great coverage. This broadband service is connected to homes and business premises via fibre-optic cables – a more effective, reliable alternative to outdated traditional copper wires used for ADSL connections.


At Eze Talk, we have an incredible Superfast Fibre Broadband deal that can see your business get great download speeds of up to 38Mbps and upload speeds of up to 10Mbps. With our data usage packages and Static IP options, tailored to suit all your business needs, you can achieve download speeds of up to 76Mbps and upload speeds of up to 20Mbps!


This means that your business will never have to worry about any downtime or fluctuation as your connection will be secure and super reliable.


Need Broadband for your Business?

Here at Eze Talk, business broadband is what we do! We know how important it is to stay connected and offer an incredible level of client care and technical support. Head to our website to browse the various options that we have, or get in touch today to speak with a member of our team. We would be more than happy to answer any questions and help you decide which is the best option for your business.