We all know how critical internet access is to our business or organisation, and personal lives. Selecting the right connection type is key to ensuring you have the speed and performance to ensure your entire team can work effectively - without overpaying.
So, how do I know what internet service is right for me?
Working out the types of things you and your team use the internet for are key to ensuring you get the right solution. For smaller organisations who use the internet simply for browsing and email, our standard broadband packages will suit just fine. For others, where larger numbers of people or devices need to get online at the same time, where large amounts of data are sent and received and/or where cloud applications need to be supported, high-speed broadband and leased lines maybe a better choice.
Below is a basic guide to our offerings and pricing, but the best way to ensure you get this right is to speak to one of our team and talk through your requirements. Alternatively, we have created a free guide to selecting the right connection for your company.
Rather than talking ADSL and FTTC (we're more than happy to chat tech in person if you'd prefer), we have simplified our business internet services into four easy-to-compare products. Have a think about what you need: how many people / devices do you need to support? What activities do you most use the internet for? Will you be uploading/downloading lots of data? Do you have any cloud based applications to support?
Once you have an idea of your individual requirements, have a look at the below to see which product suits you best.
Once you have a better idea of which product suits your organisation, drop us a line and we'll chat through the specifics.
Call us now on 01233 225 618 or complete our contact form and one of our team will ring you back.
When internet access is business critical, investing in a solid internet connection is vital. Our ethernet and fibre leased lines are already supported by Service Level Agreements (SLA), which ensure we will respond in an agreed timeframe if you're not receiving the service on your contract; from speed to reliability. When you don't have an SLA, you need to ensure you have a back up plan should the worst happen.
There are many options to ensure business continuity and to keep you connected; it could be something as simple as a 4G sim card inserted into a router to offer email access for a small amount of users, or perhaps it's a failover second broadband line to keep your team online. We can help you to evaluate the risks to your organisation and work out the best solution for you - both in terms of service and budget.