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    How to understand your usage

    Your broadband usage, measured in megabytes (MB) and gigabytes (GB), can be a puzzling subject to fully understand. It's not easy to be truly accurate with how much broadband you're consuming on a monthly basis.

    That's why we've cut through the technical jargon by creating three different types of broadband user. Simply match your activities to one of the user types below:

    Light users A single user, or perhaps there's two of you, who like to browse the internet, send emails and maybe download a few songs during the evenings and at weekends.
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    Packages with 2GB of use or more

    Medium users Perhaps you're a small family, or a couple who like to watch iPlayer or catch-up TV a few times a week, on top of the usual website browsing, email sending and occasional Skype calls.
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    Packages with 20GB or more

    Heavy users You're either a large family or shared household. You like to stream TV or Netflix, perhaps play some online video games and generally enjoy living in a connected world.
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    Packages with unlimited usage

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    How to understand the different broadband speeds

    There are three different types of broadband speeds that are available to you when you take out a new deal. These are ADSL, fibre and superfast fibre.

    ADSL

    ADSL is broadband that's delivered into your house via a telephone line and used by the majority of households in Britain.

    These deals offer speeds of up to 17 megabits per second (Mb). ADSL broadband is generally fast enough for you to stream television without too much buffering or pausing and certainly fast enough for day-to-day internet browsing and emailing.

    Fibre

    Using fibre optic cables to transfer data, you can achieve speeds of up to 38Mb with a fibre broadband connection.

    You will happily watch live TV and play online video games with a fibre broadband connection offering minimal delays or lags.

    Superfast fibre

    Superfast refers to fibre optic broadband connections with speeds over 38Mb.

    You may opt for a superfast fibre broadband connection if you require large downloads delivered to you quickly, or were a regular player of online video games that needed a faster than average connection in order to play seamlessly.

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    XLN Telecom Router or other hardware Broadband & Phone Basix Up to 17 Mb per second £0 Per month + £15.45 line rental
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    0808 163 6527
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    Unlimited broadband free for 6m, then £6.50 a month.
    Plusnet Business Router or other hardware Unlimited Business Broadband with PAYG calls Up to 18 Mb per second £5 Per month + £10.50 line rental
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    Unlimited broadband £5 a month for 24m, then £13.
    bOnline Router or other hardware Business Broadband and UK Anytime calls Up to 18 Mb per second £0 Per month + £12.95 line rental
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    Unlimited broadband free for 3m, then £4.95 a month.
    Plusnet Business Router or other hardware Business Broadband with PAYG calls Up to 18 Mb per second 25 GB £8 Per month + £10.50 line rental
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    Fuel Broadband Router or other hardware Business Phone & Broadband Up to 17 Mb per second £0 Per month + £9.99 line rental
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    0333 123 6198
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    Free 3 months broadband. Unlimited broadband free for 3m, then £9.99 a month.
    Plusnet Business Router or other hardware Unlimited Business Broadband and UK Anytime calls Up to 18 Mb per second £9 Per month + £10.50 line rental
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    Unlimited broadband with anytime calls £9 a month for 24m, then £17.
    TalkTalk Business Router or other hardware Simply Broadband Up to 17 Mb per second £5 Per month + £15.50 line rental
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    BT Business Broadband Router or other hardware BT Business Broadband Up to 17 Mb per second 10 GB £0 Per month + £13 line rental
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    0808 168 4584
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    Broadband free for 6m, then £10 a month.
    Plusnet Business Router or other hardware Business Broadband and UK Anytime calls Up to 18 Mb per second 25 GB £12 Per month + £10.50 line rental
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    Fuel Broadband Router or other hardware Business Phone & Broadband with daytime UK calls Up to 17 Mb per second £0 Per month + £9.99 line rental
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    Free 3 months broadband and daytime calls. Unlimited broadband with anytime calls free for 3m, then £15 a month.
    BT Business Broadband Router or other hardware BT Business Broadband Unlimited Up to 17 Mb per second £0 Per month + £13 line rental
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    Unlimited broadband free for 6m, then £17 a month.
    Plusnet Business Router or other hardware Unlimited Business Broadband with UK Anytime, Mobile and International 500 calls Up to 18 Mb per second £17 Per month + £10.50 line rental
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    Unlimited broadband with anytime calls £17 a month for 24m, then £25.
    TalkTalk Business Router or other hardware Complete Broadband Up to 17 Mb per second £12 Per month + £15.50 line rental
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    XLN Telecom Router or other hardware Broadband & Phone Max Up to 17 Mb per second £8 Per month + £15.45 line rental
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    Unlimited broadband with anytime calls £8 a month for 6m, then £16.50.
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    XLN Telecom Router or other hardware Fibre 40 Basix Up to 38 Mb per second £8 Per month + £15.45 line rental
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    Up to 38Mb superfast fibre £8 a month for 6m, then £16.50.
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    What is business broadband?

    If your business relies on the internet, you need to make sure you have a broadband service that is not only dependable and trustworthy, but that also helps you get the most out of the worldwide web.

    And that’s where broadband for business comes in. Many internet service providers (ISP) - specialist companies as well as home broadband suppliers - now offer exclusive packages that are specially tailored to business users.

    It’s important to get the right deal, so here are some things you should consider before you make your choice.

    Speeds

    You should probably look for a download speed of 2Mbps at the very minimum.

    You might be more comfortable with 8Mbps, though your business could be best served with a speed in excess of 34Mbps, which is available with Superfast Fibre.

    However, you should also consider upload speeds because your business might need to upload information online, perhaps onto a company website. Most business broadband providers use technology that allows for faster uploads through processes such as symmetric DSL and optical carrier lines, which can transfer data at speeds up to 600Mb.

    Security

    Nearly every business broadband package on the market offers enhanced levels of security such as anti-virus and spyware protection. Also look for additional elements such as firewalls and the ability to back-up your data online.

    Support

    If your home broadband connection goes down, it can be irritating, but if a business broadband connection goes down it can be devastating. So find out if the business broadband package offers a dedicated 24hr helpline or a guarantee to fix services within a set period of time.

    Networking

    Does the business broadband package allow for networking, when two or more computers share information and resources? If so, how many computers will it support and is there room for growth? It’s also worth finding out if wireless networking is available.

    Static IP address

    A static IP address allows you to enjoy remote access, pick up emails direct to your PC and more. Most broadband deals for businesses include at least one static IP address.

    VoIP services

    VoIP allows you to make calls over the internet as a cheaper alternative to a regular landline or mobile phone. VoIP is particularly useful for businesses with customers overseas as international calls are free to select countries.

    Price

    As with any broadband deal you should pay close attention to the price and think about whether you are getting value for money.

    Consider the length of the contract and don't be fooled by introductory rates. But remember that, above all, you need to choose a broadband package that suits your business’s needs, as well as your budget.

    Why is business broadband important?

    A good business broadband deal can help your business grow in a number of ways.

    Communication

    Communication is often the key to a successful business. So whether you need to communicate with staff, suppliers, customers, or all three, your broadband package should make it easy.

    It should therefore be reliable, speedy and able to cope with multiple users, as well as frequent and heavy use.

    Enhance processes

    The internet is more than just emailing and surfing. A tailor-made business broadband deal can open up a whole host of opportunities, and could even save you money.

    For example, your business could make cheaper phone calls over the internet via VoIP.

    Improve security

    A good broadband business package will offer enhanced security to prevent any loss of data and protect your business from online hackers. You might also look for a package that allows you to back up your files online.

    If you suffered a PC or laptop problem, you would not therefore lose backlogged data.

    Priority service

    A business that’s offline for a lengthy period could lose serious money. Consequently, most business broadband providers offer their clients a priority service so you can be sure your provider will do its best to get you back on track as soon as possible.

    What's available in your area?

    You can compare the business broadband deals available in your area using our broadband availability checker.

    You can also use MoneySuperMarket's speed test tool to check that your business broadband is, well, up to speed.

    If you are not happy with your current provider, or you want to set up a new business broadband deal, it’s quick and easy to compare business broadband packages using MoneySuperMarket. We can help you find the best broadband deal at the right price for you and your business. 

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