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Installers of High speed Wi-Fi and Broadband, Phone Lines and Systems
Including 4G, Fibre, Ethernet, Wireless, Point to Point, Satellite and VoIP
Super High Speed Fibre Broadband
We have direct access to the BT Wholesale Portal via our partners OFCOM registration and can provision and manage fibre broadband installations ourselves. We can therefore pass on significant cost savings to our clients, and manage the relationship without relying on additional 3rd parties.
Download speeds of up 80 megabytes per second can be achieved via Fibre Broadband.
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20 Mbps reliable download speed, without a phone line!
You need a good broadband connection for your incoming orders and customer emails. The monthly cost of satellite broadband is probably cheaper than your office windows cleaning bill! Your business can run with dirty windows but I doubt that it will run efficiently without a good WiFi broadband connection.
Reliably getting WiFi broadband without a phone line
You come to query your land line broadband connection when you find it too slow or too unreliable. Broadband is not a luxury because your internet and your email connects you directly to your business profession or service.
Loss of high speed broadband is simply loss of business. When your livelihood is at stake you have to think carefully and consider how you can maintain that constant 24/7 connectivity out onto the internet.
Can I claim the cost of installing satellite broadband?
Business is exactly that 'business' and your bandwidth of download + upload usage will be for business. The Inland Revenue treats broadband just like any other subscriber utility.
If you should use a proportion for private use then you need to apportion the costs privately. If you purchase a block of download capacity for business, and do not consume more by your incidental private usage, then such private usage comes at a marginal cost of zero. If the private usage makes your broadband cost go into extra charges then this is apportioned to private costs.
Simply put: you need to purchase the correct package size for your business broadband needs.
Just like many broadband providers, if you exceed the monthly broadband bandwidth capacity then it is charged at a excess rate so it is important to determine your anticipated future needs. Have a look at the bandwidth and speed capabilities set out in our broadband packages.
What about claiming the line rental cost?
The Inland Revenue does not allow line costs to be claimed unless the phone line is 100% for business but there isn't any phone line or phone line rental costs!
Now consider this...
A) Staying with copper broadband lines?
If my current broadband is of poor quality
and I want to have an alternative supplier
then I have no real choice if I stay with copper phone lines.
Switch copper internet suppliers and they...
will still use the same copper cable lines and the same equipment as supplied by BT.
In fact, the ISP provider will likely be owned by BT because BT owns more than twenty different internet providers in the marketplace.
I drink water out of my tap from a French supplier *** but it is the same water *** and so it's the same for copper broadband phone lines.
B) Go broadband via satellite
With a broadband via satellite connection you get exactly what you pay for.
You get a good connection out onto the internet even when school time has finished and the copper internet is clobbered by thoes village kids! You get the speed and you get the bandwidth capacity. That's:
- no phone line
- no risk of phone line copper cable theft
- no poor connections in bad wet weather etc.
Frankly, it's time to leave the copper broadband to the children and get a reliable business internet connection via a satellite dish.
Broadband without a phone line presents a good option to secure remote business services. The security of supply to broadband is worth paying for.
Your business cash flow will be damaged by any loss of internet connectivity. Broadband over satellite can provide primary essential services or it can act as a secondary backup.
It can be a wise precaution to forward plan your backup internet connection. Even if you do not believe that the worst can happen (loss of broadband) it is equally prudent to take-up a starter package just as insurance against this eventuality.