Posts tagged with "Superfast Broadband"

FTTP (Fibre to the Premises) Broadband Now Available

PRODUCT UPDATE!

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FTTP Broadband is now available…..

Simply click ‘BT Wholesales Broadband Availability Checker’ to see if your premises have access to FTTP!

What is FTTP?

FTTP provides a fibre optic connection all the way from the customer serving exchange to their premises, whereas traditional Fibre Broadband or FTTC is a fibre connection from the exchange to the local on-street cabinet and then copper to the premises.  FTTP’s 100% fibre connection offers superfast speeds and improves the performance of the internet connection.

Our team of advisers are here to help…..contact us on 0800 84 999 84 for more information.

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£3,000 Government support for Better Business Broadband extended to 50 cities

£3,000 Government support for Better Business Broadband extended to 50 cities

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Politicians of all persuasions are agreed that improving connections is of key importance for business growth. And if we’re going to be “green” about it, superfast broadband is probably a better (and more immediate) communications option than HS2.

We’ve discussed the benefits of upgrading your broadband connection before – Superfast Broadband – what is it and what does it mean to your business? – helping to boost your bottom line through a raft of features that not only help you improve customer service, but also make your employees’ lives better through enhanced communication and collaboration.

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Superfast Broadband – what is it and what does it mean to your business?

Superfast Broadband – what is it and what does it mean to your business?

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How many of us have felt frustration at slow website speeds when all we wanted was a quick answer to a question?

Twiddled our thumbs while the email we’re sending snails its weary way from the outbox? Gone off to make a cuppa while the data we need loads onto the screen?
In any business everybody will be using the internet connection for different purposes all the time. How much slower does it become in your business when this happens? And how many hours of lost time does this add up to?

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