XLN Telecom Unlimited Business broadband
Unlimited broadband, unlimited calls and mobile minutes. Surfing without limits, calls without charges – it’s XLN's best seller for good reason. Free unlimited broadband usage. Free unlimited UK landline and UK mobile calls. Free wireless router and setup. Free XLN Secure worth £95. Award-winning customer service.
BT Business Broadband + line rental
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Onebill Telecom Broadband & Unlimited Calls
Simple but brilliant. Business broadband and low-cost calls on our no-cost tariff. Totally unlimited broadband usage. Calls 90% cheaper than BT's. Free wireless router, installation and setup. Award-winning customer service.
How to find the best business broadband deal
The advancements in digital technology have revolutionised the way we do business. With many business owners relying on a stable internet connection to carry out the daily running of their business, it’s important to get the best broadband package to meet your requirements.
When finding the best package for your business, there are many considerations to factor into your decision. Firstly, the broadband speed is important as this affects how quickly you and your staff can access the internet and how quickly individual pages load. The download limits are also important as this refers to the amount of information you can transfer across each month – the more staff you have, the bigger the limit you’ll need. Also, the length of contract can influence your decision, so you should consider whether your priority is to save money or to have flexible contract terms.
You’ll find that business broadband is generally more expensive than home broadband because it offers higher download limits and is faster, to cater to higher levels of usage.
You should look into the availability in your area and the choice of suppliers that you have, as some providers will offer a better service than others. Most suppliers will include added features to support your business, such as additional security, domain hosting and email, an office network and priority helplines. It’s worth investigating different providers to see what level of support they’re prepared to offer.
FAQs about business broadband
What is broadband?
Broadband sends and receives data much faster than traditional dial-up internet.
What do I need to have set up to get broadband?
To use broadband, you usually need a phone line set up and a wireless router. Your broadband supplier will most likely provide you with a router once you have signed up.
What does business broadband cost?
The cost will be calculated based on the package you choose and any additional extras. You may also have to pay a one-off cost relating to set up and installation.
Which type of line should you get?
You can choose between a shared line and leased line. A shared line is cheaper, but you may find that it impacts the speed and quality of your connection at certain times of the day. Or you can choose a leased line which offers fibre speeds that only you have access to. A leased line is more expensive but you do not share bandwidth so the speed and quality won’t ever be impacted.
Is business broadband more expensive than home broadband?
Yes, but you will get added extras designed specifically for business use.
Do I need to get business broadband if I run a small business?
No, you may find home broadband is sufficient if you only have a couple of people working for you.
What is the shortest contract I can get with business broadband?
Most suppliers offer a 24 month contract, but some will offer 6 or 12 month contracts.
What is unlimited broadband?
Unlimited broadband offers uncapped streaming, downloads and browsing every month. If you use the internet daily, you should consider an unlimited package.
Can you get business broadband without a phone line?
Yes, you can get broadband without a phone line but your options are more limited.