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Find a range of reliable business broadband deals to accelerate you to the next level. Whatever you’re looking for, we work with you to find the best-suited business broadband packages to meet your requirements.

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Switching to a new business broadband provider is easy 

With so many options on the market, selecting the right package for your business can be overwhelming. Whilst every business has its own individual needs, they have one thing in common; reliability is essential. 

Whether you’re experiencing slow internet speeds, poor customer service or looking for a cheaper deal; we’re here to help you switch business broadband providers. If you have not switched your business broadband for a couple of years, you are also likely missing out on a better deal.

We have teamed up with Daisy Communications, one of the UK’s leading business broadband and telecom providers to deliver great speeds, unlimited downloads and unrivalled business support. As a partner, we can offer exclusive deals on a variety of business broadband and phone deals at a great monthly cost.

Switch broadband providers in 3 easy steps

  1. Simply complete the quote form to help us understand your business broadband requirements. 

  2. Our experts will get in touch and will provide you with a range of business broadband packages.

  3. Your account manager will handle the switching process and keep you up to date throughout the process. We'll ensure that you never lose connection during the switch.

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What type of broadband does your business need? 

Business broadband speeds largely rely on the geographical location of your premises. You’ll likely hear broadband acronyms like ADSL, FTTC and FTTP. This simply relates to the type of wiring delivering a connection to your business. 

Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (or ADSL) is non-fibre broadband. It is the most widely available and cheapest type of broadband, but it is also the slowest. A full-fibre broadband connection is a quicker alternative that more and more businesses have adopted to compete in the increasingly digital world.

ADSL broadband uses copper cable telephone lines to transmit data, whereas business fibre-optic broadband uses fibre-optic cables, to which there are 2 types of connection: FTTP (Fibre to the premises) & FTTC (Fibre to the cabinet).

FTTP is a much newer fibre-optic technology and is only available in some areas in the UK. If the technology is not available in your area just yet, the technology is radially growing and maybe with you soon. ADSL is a standard internet connection available across 99% of the UK.

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Selecting the right package for your business can be a challenge. Here’s a short summary of the business broadband deals available perfect for a range of business sizes 

Broadband for small businesses 

 

  • ADSL Broadband

    ADSL broadband is a simple and low-priced internet connection perfect for small business operations. This business broadband package offers speeds up to 17Mbps.

    Small businesses without mission-critical applications usually select this deal. It's perfect for businesses whose main use is to access emails and browse the internet at a low price.

    Other benefits:

    • Unlimited data usage
    • Unlimited downloads
    • Free DDoS security
    • 24/7 UK Customer Support
    • WiFi router and static IP address
  • Superfast 38 (FTTC)

    Superfast 38 offers increased internet speeds for businesses that used cloud-based solutions. Small business users with mission-critical applications usually sign up for this deal with speeds up to 38 Mbps.

    This business broadband package has an allowance to scale up with new technologies at a relatively low monthly cost.

    Other benefits:

    • Unlimited data usage
    • Unlimited downloads
    • Free DDoS security
    • 24/7 UK Customer Support
    • WiFi router and static IP address
  • Superfast 76 (FTTC)

    Superfast 76 offers greater speeds business broadband speeds for companies using more intensive applications and cloud-based solutions.

    With speeds of up to 76 Mbps, your business will be able to implement up-to-date business technology.

    Other benefits:

    • Unlimited data usage
    • Unlimited downloads
    • Free DDoS security
    • 24/7 UK Customer Support
    • WiFi router and static IP address
  • Ultrafast 150 (FTTP)

    Ultrafast is the fastest and most reliable full-fibre broadband connection. This is great for SME businesses that use intensive applications, require unlimited downloads, and have a reliable high-speed connection.

    Other benefits:

    • Unlimited data
    • Unlimited downloads
    • Free DDoS security
    • 24/7 UK Customer Support
    • WiFi router and static IP address

Broadband for larger businesses

 

  • Ultrafast (300) FTTP

    Ultrafast 300 is the fastest internet we offer, and it is great for large companies with hundreds of users.

    With speeds up to 300Mbps, businesses can use cloud hosting facilities and data-heavy applications.

    An FTTP connection means your data will travel straight from the source to your premises, bypassing the exchange. This means the fibre broadband connection is more reliable, speeds remain consistent at all times of the day and has high levels of support to ensure your business is always online.

    Other benefits:

    • Unlimited data
    • Unlimited downloads
    • Free DDoS security
    • 24/7 UK Customer Support
    • WiFi router and static IP address
  • Dedicated Leased Line 

    Dedicated internet access is ideal for businesses that fit into one of the following categories:

    • Internet access is business-critical - any downtime would result in a loss of revenue
    • Several users require 24/7 access
    • Your business requires fast and reliable internet access

    If you would like to assess whether you need a leased line for your business, read our helpful guide.



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What to consider when switching business broadband

The first thing to consider when comparing business broadband deals is the needs of your business.

For example, a business using VoIP and cloud-based software will require a much more powerful package than a business with more basic needs. 

As you would expect, a faster broadband connection will come at a higher price. The good news is that the relative cost per Mbps has reduced as providers introduce more high-speed options.

You should keep in mind that bandwidth requirements have increased for many of us with the introduction of more collaborative business applications such as Zoom and Teams. It’s important to consider what you will need both now and in the future.

Don’t forget to check your existing broadband contract

Before you switch business broadband providers, you should always check your current contract. 

Most broadband contracts are for 24 months, but this can vary. Once you have reached your renewal window and the minimum term has been passed, you will be free to switch to another provider.

If you still have a number of months left on your broadband deal, there is likely to be a fee attached if you wish to switch. If you do want to switch before your renewal window, you should factor any exit fees into your expected savings before taking action.

Is Fibre Broadband for Businesses Worth It?

This largely depends on what your business does. There are lots of business broadband deals to choose from but finding the right one can be challenging. 

Superfast business broadband is essential in a modern business space. You may want to invest in fibre if your company does any of the following:

  • Multiple employees are online at once
  • You need to instantly sync cloud data
  • If you need video conferencing features and video calling
  • You’re hosting any kind of web service
  • If you need unlimited downloads for any type of file sharing
  • If you would like to access your business files remotely
  • You need a static IP address.

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Business Broadband FAQs

  • What is the difference between FFTC & FTTP?

    FTTP is the type of connection you get with full-fibre broadband. This is a direct connection from the exchange to your business premises.

    FTTC is only part-fibre broadband. It uses fibre optic cables to the main exchange but uses older copper wires to connect to your business premises.

    A leased line will bypass the exchange entirely, and you will have a full-fibre cable directly into your business premises from the provider.



  • Do I Need Fibre Broadband For VoIP?

    VoIP works through your broadband connection. This means a high-speed fibre connection is required.

    The minimum VoIP internet speed requirement is 90-100 kbps (kilobit per second) per phone. This must be multiplied by each further handset you wish to use at the same time.

    You can check your existing service provider’s speed using the Broadband Speed Checker. 

    These offer a reasonable estimation of your broadband speed. Not all broadband providers include unlimited data and superfast speeds, so make sure that the broadband deal meets your requirements before signing up.



  • Why do businesses need static IP addresses?

    A static IP address is crucial to enable remote working, managing a server and setting up a website. This is a unique identifier for the businesses internet connection and is more secure. 

  • What is DDos Security?

    ‘Distributed Denial of Service’ (DDos) is a type of malicious cyber-attack that uses online service and network resource to gain access to data. All our business broadband packages comes with this security as standard to ensure your business is protected.

  • Will I have any download limits?

    Download limits are a vital consideration when choosing a business broadband deal. Hitting a download limit can have a real impact on your business and restrict the ability of your staff to do their job.

    All of the broadband products offered by Love Energy Savings come with unlimited downloads and data usage.

  • Will the PSTN Switch Off affect my business broadband?

    The 2025 PSTN switch off will only affect those businesses using PSTN or ISDN services. 

    Businesses using fibre based broadband services or leased lines will see no change in the services. To avoid disruption, it is advised that all businesses switch to a fibre broadband or leased line connection before the PSTN stop sell date of December 2023.

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