Internet Access for Business

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Quick Installation

Services activated quickly and without fuss

Free Office Move

No extra charge when you move office.

Free Line Installation

Lines installed free on 36 month contract.

UK Based Support

Help’s at hand whenever you need it.

Quick Transfer

Migrate your existing services for free!

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Business
Broadband

£ 30 / month
Wireless router and FREE new line installation, if needed
  • Totally unlimited broadband
  • Up to 24 Mbps downstream
  • Up to 1 Mbps upstream
  • 1 Static IP on request
  • Up to 30 concurrent calls

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Superfast
Broadband 40/10

£ 40 / month
Wireless router and FREE new line installation, if needed
  • Totally unlimited broadband
  • Up to 40Mbps download speed
  • Up to 10Mbps upload speed
  • 1 Static IP on request
  • Up to 100 concurrent calls

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Superfast
Broadband 80/20

£ 45 / month
Wireless router and FREE new line installation, if needed
  • Totally unlimited broadband
  • Up to 80Mbps download speed
  • Up to 20Mbps upload speed
  • 1 Static IP on request
  • Up to 200 concurrent calls

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Ethernet


Ethernet
over FTTC (EoFTTC)

from £ 100 / month
Entry level Ethernet service
  • Brilliant low cost Ethernet option
  • Symmetric speeds of up to 20Mbps, yet downstream can reach 76Mbps
  • Faster installation than other Ethernet products
  • Ideal for MPLS IPVPN services
  • Available on 1 or 3 year contracts.

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Ethernet
In the First Mile

from £ 150 / month
Ideal for Business use
  • The service remains consistent if a component line fails.
  • Great for Multi-site Businesses
  • Consistent symmetric bandwidth.
  • A simple proposition that’s easy to price compared to many competitors.
  • UK based support team

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Ethernet Access
Direct (EAD)

from £ 275 / month
End to End Fibre for Best Performance
  • Services of up to 1Gb available.
  • Local access to more EAD exchanges than any other provider.
  • Features the best fix time SLA of all our Ethernet portfolio.
  • Great for Multi-site Businesses
  • Supports MPLS IPVPN services

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Business Broadband — A Guide

Broadband - the background

In the early days of the internet, and still today in remote areas with no broadband access, a dial-up connection was required for connecting to the web. Nowadays, of course, it's far more common to have broadband connectivity, through an ADSL line, a fibre-optic calbe, a mobile signal, or potentially even via satellite.

Business broadband requirements

The basic requirements for ADSL ensure that it is widely available throughout the UK; you simply need a phone line and a special filter/splitter to plug into your telephone port. This divides your telephone line into one channel specifically for phone calls, and one for broadband connectivity. Download speeds for ADSL are superior to upload speeds, so it’s worth considering the amount of files you will be uploading.

Business broadband usage

The type of deal you choose should be determined by the usage you require from your internet access. Simple web use, such as using social media, emailing and internet shopping, will only require a basic connection. For more intensive use, however, especially where you have multiple people online at once or you are intending to download or stream large files, you'll want an unlimited, faster service.

For more modest tastes such as regular emailing and daily browsing, a cheaper package should suffice, while for those using the web simply to access social networks and carry out web-based shopping, a basic package will deliver everything required.

Satellite broadband

One of the least popular options, satellite broadband can prove costly and unreliable, and should only be considered by those living in remote areas with poor network coverage.

Mobile broadband

Designed for infrequent internet users, those reticent to take out a contract, or those without a landline, mobile broadband can be accessed via your smartphone, or through what's known as a ‘dongle’. Available from mobile phone suppliers, these dongles access the web through mobile phone signals, and are available on either a pay-as-you-go or pay monthly basis.

Broadband bundles

Depending on your own specific circumstances, deciding whether to opt for a standalone broadband service or broadband packaged with additional products is relatively straightforward. Business broadband deals often incorporate such features as broadband, calls, mobile phones, and television, leaving you with a single bill for all items. At XINIXWORLD, we often recommend packaging calls, phone lines, and mobile calls into one bundle, particularly if you’re a business user looking for a deal that delivers a host of advantages. Of course, deciding on which service to opt for is dependent solely on your own specific needs, so take into consideration every possible requirement before signing up to any contract.

Business Broadband — should you shop around?

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Shopping around helps ensure you get the best value for money. With broadband – either for home or business – this is no different. As the marketplace features more providers offering similar services, it makes sense to investigate precisely what’s on offer. Doing so may well see you save money in both the short and the long term.

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It’s important to stress that, before you begin to shop around for business broadband deals, you should be fully aware of your requirements. This will then enable you to compare offerings on a like-for-like basis, matching products from different providers in a way that clearly identifies the best deal. Plus, it means you will not be blinded by great price alone, as you may end up being tied into a contract for services that don’t fulfil your needs.

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As a customer, you are in the best possible position to benefit from the increase in competition. Tariffs are continually evolving, meaning that you are able to secure more for you money than you may have been able to twelve months earlier.