What is ADSL Broadband?
ADSL stands for ‘asymmetric digital subscriber line’ and means a type of broadband you can get through a telephone line, delivered via the same copper line. Business Broadband connection uses existing networks, cables and telecom cabinets with a copper cable all the way, connecting you to the internet (ADSL and ADSL2+ Converged).
Why ADSL Broadband
Business ADSL carries data over the existing copper phone lines direct from the exchange to your premises, so all you need to get started is an operational phone line. Our ADSL connection offers high speeds and reliability with an elevated contention ratio operating over our business-only network, which makes our business ADSL line the perfect Business Broadband for your company.
How to make a decision on which Broadband?
How can you make an informed decision if you don’t truly understand the broadband options available? To start, you need a good understanding of your business’ current and future technology needs. What services do you offer your employees and clients?
Choosing the right internet connection and speed for your business depends largely on several factors. Your data network is arguably the most critical IT element of your business. It links everything: office users to applications in the data centre, mobile workers to email, and cloud applications via the internet. In addition to speed and cost, reliability, consistency and security are also key considerations.
What's included in our Broadband deals?
Our Business Broadband deals also include phone line connection with different levels of inclusive minutes. The perfect business internet solution.
We provide you with a FREE business certified wireless router. This ensures that your Business Broadband delivers the highest quality.
As we are a 'business only' provider we can offer you the best Business Broadband and enhanced business support at a highly competitive monthly price.
Business Broadband connections provide much more bandwidth for uploading than residential connections.
Is Business Broadband the right internet connection for you?
Our Business Broadband only shares bandwidth with other business users and not with residential services; a great option for organisations with a small number of employees who require a high level of download/upload speeds and enhanced service levels.
What are the call costs?
After inclusive minutes, calls made to a UK landline are charged at 1 pence per minute.
After inclusive minutes, calls made to a UK mobile are charged at 7 pence per minute