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Why do I need business broadband?

  • Security: Business broadband can have enterprise-level security to ensure your business details and dealings remain secure

  • Reliability: Business broadband can be more reliable with a higher level of customer service if something does go wrong. That’s what you pay extra for.

  • Business email address: A business email address will not only make it easier for people to find you to get in touch, it will make your business look more professional too.

  • Web hosting: As well as providing broadband, some deals include web hosting, so you can create a website for your business.

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What types of business broadband can I get?

You’ll find a broad range of options for business broadband. They include:

ADSL

The most basic kind of broadband, using copper phone lines. You’ll get slower speeds (around 10Mbps) but lower prices – making it an option for very small businesses that only need the internet for a couple of people to send emails and use the web.

Be aware that superfast fibre optic deals are often as cheap as ADSL and much faster.

Superfast fibre optic

Usually ranging in speed from 30-100Mbps, superfast fibre uses fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) tech, meaning the fibre optic cable runs to the nearest street cabinet, before completing the journey to your property over copper phone lines. It’s fast enough to handle connections for several people’s computers and phones, and can likely handle hosting a server too.

Ultrafast fibre optic

This is fibre broadband at speeds around 100Mbps-1Gbps (1,000Mbps). It will be ‘full fibre’ or fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP), meaning the whole line is fibre optic from the exchange to your building. That makes it more reliable with very little lag, and it can handle all kinds of technical functions.

Remember that FTTP is not yet available across the whole UK, although the rollout is happening quickly.

Leased line

A solution for larger businesses that truly rely on stable, fast internet. A leased line is a broadband line that your business has all to itself, not shared with a single other premises. So your speeds won’t be affected by anyone else whatsoever.

Our guide to broadband speed goes into more detail about the different types of broadband and the speed you may need.

How Bionic business broadband comparison works

  • Enter your postcode

    Tell us your premises’ postcode, and our partner Bionic will find all the right details and packages available to you

  • Connect to an expert

    A human expert will help run through exactly what you need, so you can decide on the right type of broadband package

  • Compare and save

    Compare bespoke quotes from a panel of trusted UK business broadband providers, and choose the best one for you

Frequently asked questions

Bundling your business phone line with broadband from the same provider is a no-brainer. Especially if you’re taking out a fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) plan which requires a landline to complete the journey to your property from the street cabinet.

Doing so can lower overall costs, with big names happy to offer deals to suit your needs and offer flat rates for unlimited calls. It means setup will be easier too, without the need to call out engineers to sort the broadband and phone lines separately.

You can boost your Wi-Fi signal by positioning your router somewhere central and so it’s not covered or boxed in by walls, shelves or other obstructions. Open plan offices will have better Wi-Fi coverage, as there are fewer walls between workers’ desks.

You can also position some Wi-Fi boosters around the office to strengthen and extend the Wi-Fi signal.

Our guide to improving your broadband speed has more info.

You might get away with using your home broadband for working from home. But if you want a faster, more reliable connection, you might consider business broadband at home as well as the office.

This will be especially valuable if more than one member of your household works from home, or other members of the household are using the internet for things like video streaming and gaming, as it will slow down your connection.

Also, some home broadband deals specify that the connection can’t be used for business purposes. So, it's important to check your terms and conditions.

If you’re installing business broadband, you can claim it as a business expense, and therefore deduce it from your year-end tax bill.