Openreach will begin rolling out their highly anticipated SOGEA this upcoming March. This will make broadband available without line rental. We’ve curated 5 handy areas to help you understand what this innovation will mean for your small business.
Finding the best IT provider for your small business can be time-consuming and expensive. However, instead of searching thousands of companies to accommodate your business needs there is an easier option. By finding one provider and bundling your IT infrastructure you could be benefiting in more ways than one.
A recent Watchdog investigation televised on the BBC this month found that many UK customers are not getting the broadband speeds that they are paying for. This is not the first time that the leaders of broadband and telecom services have been in the spotlight.
When you start a business, your home is often your office, but for those fortunate enough to live in the wonderful British countryside, your broadband could cause you some problems.
With businesses moving to the cloud, working from a smartphone is now a reality for many people. Faster internet speeds, and WiFi hotspots everywhere we go - even on the Tube! People are increasingly using their smartphones to get more work done, whether it is while commuting to and from work, or at home.
As you’ve probably read, some of the UK’s biggest broadband providers have been inadequately informing customers about internet speeds when they are buying a new broadband deal. This just brings to light how important it is to search broadband deals and get a realistic quote.
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Virgin Media has just announced that its prices for phone, broadband and TV customers are rising with some customers seeing a 4.7 per cent hike in bills, which could be up to an extra £48 a year. The new increase will start in November although some users will see the changes to their bills as early as October 2017.
An Ofcom study has shown that 83% of small businesses consider communications services to be fundamental to their business, and 78% use a fixed broadband connection.