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Business Broadband
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Rated 4.9 / 5 on Google*

Rated 4.9 / 5 on Google*

Offers from over 15 providers

Offers from over 15 providers

Business Broadband Deals

Post Office Broadband

Unlimited Broadband

12 month contract + Phone

11Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£17.00 / month

£0 upfront fees

Hyperoptic Broadband

30Mb Fibre Connection - Broadband Only

12 month contract Fibre + Phone
£25 Voucher

30Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£17.99 / month

£9.99 upfront fees

Direct Save Broadband

Unlimited Broadband

12 month contract + Phone

11Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£18.95 / month

£0 upfront fees

Plusnet Broadband

Unlimited Broadband

12 month contract + Phone
£50 Reward Card

10Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£18.99 / month

£0 upfront fees

John Lewis Broadband

Unlimited Broadband plus Evening and Weekend Calls.

12 month contract + Phone

10Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£19.00 / month

£0 upfront fees

John Lewis Broadband

Unlimited Broadband & Evening and Weekend Calls

12 month contract + Phone

10Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£19.00 / month

£0 upfront fees

Community Fibre Broadband

UltraFast

24 month contract Fibre
£50 Voucher

150Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£19.50 / month

£0 upfront fees

Onestream Broadband

Jetstream Fibre Unlimited Broadband

18 month contract Fibre + Phone

17Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£19.99 / month

£0 upfront fees

Hyperoptic Broadband

30Mb Fibre Connection - Broadband & Phone

12 month contract Fibre + Phone
£25 Voucher

30Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£19.99 / month

£9.99 upfront fees

Community Fibre Broadband

SuperFast

24 month contract Fibre

50Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£20.00 / month

£0 upfront fees

Origin Broadband

Origin Fibre

18 month contract Fibre

18Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£20.99 / month

£0 upfront fees

EE Broadband

Unlimited Broadband

18 month contract + Phone

10Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£21.50 / month

£10 upfront fees

Wightfibre Broadband

Full-Fibre 50

24 month contract Fibre

50Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£21.95 / month

£0 upfront fees

Direct Save Broadband

Superfast Fibre Broadband

12 month contract Fibre + Phone

35Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£21.95 / month

£9.95 upfront fees

Onestream Broadband

Jetstream Fibre Max Unlimited Broadband

18 month contract Fibre + Phone

45Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£21.99 / month

£0 upfront fees

Shell Energy Broadband

Fast Broadband

12 month contract + Phone

11Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£21.99 / month

£0 upfront fees

TalkTalk Broadband

Fibre 35 TV

18 month contract Fibre + TV + Phone

38Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£22.00 / month

£4.95 upfront fees

TalkTalk Broadband

Fibre 35

18 month contract Fibre + Phone

38Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£22.00 / month

£4.95 upfront fees

Hyperoptic Broadband

50Mb Fibre Connection - Broadband Only

12 month contract Fibre
£25 voucher

50Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£22.00 / month

£29 upfront fees

TalkTalk Broadband

Fibre 35

18 month contract Fibre + Phone

38Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£22.00 / month

£0 upfront fees

Community Fibre Broadband

Superfast

12 month contract Fibre

50Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£22.00 / month

£0 upfront fees

Plusnet Broadband

Unlimited Fibre

18 month contract Fibre + Phone
£50 Reward Card

36Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£22.50 / month

£0 upfront fees

Onestream Broadband

Xstream Superfibre Unlimited Broadband

18 month contract Fibre + Phone

67Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£22.99 / month

£0 upfront fees

Vodafone Broadband

Superfast 1

24 month contract Fibre + Phone

35Mb / second

Average speed

Unlimited

Usage

£23.00 / month

£0 upfront fees

What to consider when comparing business broadband deals

Most people’s first instinct when looking out for new contracts is probably considering the price above everything else. While that is important, there are various other elements you should keep in mind when selecting a broadband provider for your business:

What download speed does your business need?

 
One of the most important things businesses rely on is speed. Consider how many members of staff need access to the internet at once, and how fast they need data to be transferred. Keep in mind that if your business relies heavily on video calls, you may need a faster speed for those to run smoothly.
 
Be careful with advertised headlines speeds. Depending on where your business is based, the deals offered on headline advertisements may not always be available in your area. To get around this, be sure to read the small print and check your postcode against the deal being advertised.
 
Everything comes down to the needs of your business. If you have a big business that requires large storage spaces for software updates, you may want to consider having an unlimited download allowance. However, if you are an independent freelancer, that will probably not be on the top of your priority list.

What contract length is appropriate at your place of business?

 
It’s also important to consider the contract length because that can make you either save or lose a lot of money. Longer contracts offer a lower monthly fee, but when it comes to cancelling or switching broadband providers, they are less flexible. In most cases there will even be a penalty fee to pay if you terminate your contract before the end date. Shorter contracts give you more freedom, but they will cost you more per month. Consider whether your priority is to be able to have flexibility or to save money in the long run.

Does your business need fibre?

 
Whether your broadband operates via ADSL or fibre optic cables can also make a huge difference. A basic ADSL offers a connection provided by your telephone line. It is widely available across the UK and may be enough to support the weight of a small business. On the other hand, fibre optic uses underground cables and provides a much faster connection. This option can be ideal for larger businesses, but they aren’t widely available.

Specialist business broadband packages

Business broadband packages tend, unsurprisingly, to offer features specifically tailored for businesses and you will find that some of these may be critical to the day-to-day operation of your company.
 
If you sign a business broadband package, you will automatically receive priority service and support. Having your internet connection interrupted could cost you a lot of money and will most likely smear your reputation with your customers. Therefore, most broadband providers offer 24-hour support to businesses.
 
Additionally, providers tend to cater to businesses’ needs more urgently than residential customers’ needs and will even prioritise your call, so you won’t be stuck in a queue for long. If the supplier is unable to resolve your issue and get your internet up and running in the timeframe specified in the contract, you may even be entitled to compensation.
 
If you have a big business, you may want to consider the benefit of having a static IP address. While home broadband connections typically have a dynamic IP address, having a static one will help your business host and run its own website. Business broadband packages also offer faster uploads, which means that the speed and quality of your internet connection will not be affected by other customers, even at peak times.
 
Most business broadband packages will also include higher grade security software benefits. It is vital that data from your clients, customers and employees are secure, and having a good broadband package can help you keep all that data safe. It can prevent your business from falling to cyber security threats, malware, viruses, trojans, and common hacking attacks.

*Rated 4.9 / 5 by 19 reviews on Google

Last reviewed: 25 January 2021

Next review: 25 February 2021