Business Broadband

We know how critical your broadband connection is to your business and with so many business broadband deals around, it can be confusing to know what is best for your business. The Comms Guys are here to help you make the best choice about business broadband and mobile business broadband so that you can see the benefits it provides:

Improved Speed

Remote Working

Reduced Business Costs

Improved Business Efficiencies

Enterprise Grade

Large File Transfer with Higher Bandwidth

BT and Talk Talk Broadband

We have direct access to the BT Broadband portal which means we can see what Broadband is available for you. We can easily see if FTTC (Fibre To The Cabinet) is available at your premises yet, and if not, when it will be available as BT roll out Fibre to more and more offices.

We are able to offer you the best value business broadband from either BT or TalkTalk, sometimes with Free install.

Download & Upload Speeds

We are able to tell you the maximum download/upload speeds available at your premises and can recommend the best Broadband solution for your business whether it’s: ADSL2+, Annex M, FTTC, FTTP or Leased Lines, We’re here to provide the support you need to get the right broadband connection for your business.

ADSL

Available to the whole of the UK, ADSL technologies can supply speeds of up to 24Mbps downstream, and with the aid of Annex M, upload speeds can be as high as 2.5Mbps. The rise of fibre broadband technologies has seen the demise of ADSL, but it remains an important and dependable technology for many, especially in areas where BT cabinets have not yet been upgraded to fibre.

Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC)

Fibre to the Cabinet is rapidly being rolled out across the UK, delivering speeds of up to 80Mbps downstream, and up to 20Mbps upstream. It utilises fibre delivered to the local green street cabinet, in conjunction with existing copper cables to the premises. By removing copper from the circuit, the speeds delivered, and reliability can be that much greater than ADSL.

EoFTTC / GEA

A low cost leased line variant which offers a service level agreement. This is an FTTC based technology, backed by 1:1 contention within the carrier network. The TalkTalk Business variant includes the line as part of the subscription, making it great value, and should be of serious consideration for any business that values their connection, but without the budget for a fibre leased line.

EFM

Bonded copper pairs can deliver credible symmetrical speeds for a small business. TalkTalk Business will deliver up to 4 pairs to achieve your desired speed, and BT Wholesale will put in more if needed. It is old technology, so consideration needs to be put into the business needs over the duration of the contract, to ensure that it's not going to end up redundant.

 

Fibre Leased Lines

A Leased Line connects your premises directly to the Exchange and our Lines offer Uncontended, Symmetrical guaranteed speeds of up to 10Gbps with a 4-hour SLA, and a target uptime of 100%.

We are in a period of substantial growth with leased lines. Previously only the largest companies would entertain, or could afford, a leased line. As fibre footprints increase, and wholesale costs fall, along with a rise in the reliance of fast and stable connections, the leased line is no longer a high cost luxury; they are now an essential requirement to any modern business.

We are able to offer Leased Lines from various suppliers and can therefore offer you the best pricing available at your address.

BT Wholesale

We can offer a complete portfolio of EFM, GEA and Fibre from BT Wholesale. Much like with TalkTalk, they utilise the expertise and man-power of Openreach to deliver, connecting the supplied lines to their exchange equipment, before passing traffic over their core network to the ISP POPs.

 

TalkTalk Business

TalkTalk Business offer some of the most competitively priced EFM, EoFTTC and fibre propositions across the UK. Their proposition is very similar to that of BT Wholesale, purely because they are reliant on Openreach to physically deliver and support the connections.

Virgin Media Business

Where they are considered 'on-net' Virgin's fibre leased line proposition is often hard to match, and offers a credible alternative to the Openreach supported BT Wholesale and TalkTalk Business solutions, and this is why they are in our portfolio.