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Business Telecoms to stay connected

We understand the need to be connected 24/7. That doesn’t mean it should cost premium prices. We have developed strong partnerships to deliver the best business broadband and connectivity packages. This means we can offer great deals on high quality services.

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Business Telecoms Products and Services

  • Business Broadband

    Superfast broadband deals for your business. Compare broadband deals, including full fibre options, with a range of high-speed packages at great value for money. We have tailored business broadband packages available.

  • VoIP

    Fully integrated and secure VOIP plans to keep your business connected. The PSTN switch off is looming and we are here to help you migrate to the best cloud phone system for your business.

  • Sim only

    Compare the best sim only deals from all the top UK networks. Compare cheap sim only deal and stay connected.

  • Lines & Calls

    Lines & calls bundles available with or without broadband! There will be a nationwide stop sell on traditional phone lines in December 2023 so it’s worth talking to us about VoIP!

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Looking for home broadband?

A great broadband deal matches the needs of your home. The cheapest isn’t always the best. If you only use the internet for searching and emails, a good deal is the cheapest one you can find. If your household has multiple devices steaming Netflix and games, you will need to find broadband with suitable speeds.


Business Telecoms FAQs

  • Which broadband deals is best for me?

    This depends on what you’re using the internet for. It isn’t always the cheaper the better. If your households use the internet for gaming or streaming, you will need faster speeds to manage the demand. For basic internet search, email and social media, a cheap broadband deal is perfect.

    For businesses, high-quality speeds may be more required. Super-fast connectivity often results in higher productivity. You can compare deals here.

  • What is a sim only deal?

    A sim-only covers the mobile service only, not the device. The service gives you a set monthly amount of call minutes, texts, and data. It is much cheaper than a traditional mobile contract as you will need to supply your own handset.

  • What is VOIP?

    Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) allows users to make call via the internet instead of traditional phone lines. Using a VoIP is much cheaper than using traditional lines.

  • How do I set up my team for remote working?

    In a world where team members may be working in different locations, communication is critical, and it is important that customer service does not suffer. Investing in a VoIP system is a great asset for remote working. VoIP allows businesses to ‘twin’ user handsets for simultaneous inbound calling. Mobile handsets can also be ‘twinned’. This means that a team member is always available.

  • What is the PSTN Switch Off?

    PSTN stands for the Public Switched Telephone Network. This network is set to be switched off by Openreach in December 2025.

    The PSTN switch off will affect both businesses and households as traditional phone lines and internet connections will no longer have a dial tone or connectivity.

    To stay connected, businesses will need to move to alternative services such as fibre broadband and VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol).

    You can find the latest information on the PSTN switch off here.

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