Cost-effective internet access that’s designed specifically for business use
The internet has transformed the way business is done. From driving ecommerce and facilitating online marketing to enhancing customer engagement and streamlining supply chains, choosing the right internet connection has never been more critical. Our business-grade products, which all come with security built in as standard, are designed to offer you a fast and reliable wifi service to facilitate downloading large files and using cloud-based applications.
Our unlimited ADSL broadband for business is our lowest price connectivity solution. If you are a small business or sole trader seeking a low-cost solution offering basic email and internet usage, ADSL could be the right choice for you.
Ultrafast broadband gives you faster download and upload speeds of up to 300 Mbps with better reliability so you can take full advantage of the latest technologies such as video conferencing, cloud-based services and VoIP.
Take advantage of bandwidth-hungry applications including video conferencing, cloud-based services and VoIP with one of our superfast fibre solutions, which boast download speeds of up to 76 Mbps.
Ask the Expert
- The length of the line from the exchange or from the Primary Connection Point (PCP) can cause some speeds to be slower than others
- Not being connected directly to the master socket on the premises
- Correct filters needing to be used on all sockets relating to the broadband line
- A fault on the broadband line
- A faulty router is being used
- Connecting via WiFi rather than Ethernet
- Number of people sharing the bandwidth internally
- One-off, high-usage events such as Microsoft/Apple updates – a large number of people connecting at one time
- Electrical interference from other devices in proximity to the connection
- Peak time congestion – may experience slower speeds during the evening when more people are connected
- The processing speed of your device, router or modem
- The quality of the wiring inside your premises
- Weather conditions
Wide area networks are a critical component of today’s business infrastructure, but their erratic performance frustrates users, especially for low-latency applications like VoIP calling, video conferencing, video streaming, and virtualised applications and desktops. WAN capacity can also be expensive and difficult to expand, manage and troubleshoot.
SD-WAN products address these problems. As a replacement for traditional technologies, such as MPLS and VPN, it applies software-defined networking (SDN) concepts to WAN connections. Unlike traditional WANs, SD-WAN delivers increased network agility and cost reduction by directing traffic from network hardware to individual applications. This improves app performance as well as quality user experiences over geographically dispersed locations such as branch offices, corporate data centres, and on cloud platforms. Find out more
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New businesses like ours don’t want to have to front a lot of money and get tied down into lengthy contracts. Daisy worked with us to get us the best deal on the solutions we needed at the best price.
Bridget Maendl, Business Owner at Mail Boxes Etc
Unlimited Ultrafast Fibre Broadband
Using FTTC G.fast and FTTP technologies, Ultrafast Broadband gives you faster download and upload speeds, better reliability and low latency, so you can take full advantage of the cloud.
Unlimited Superfast Fibre Broadband
Enjoy download speeds of up to 76 Mbps with our Business Broadband package, powered by fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) and fibre to the premises (FTTP) technologies.
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