Benefits of business Fibre
Faster connection speeds and greater reliability in the form of business Fibre, are boosting productivity, particularly beneficial if your organisation has core processes where connectivity is essential, like a call centre which has busier periods than others, and the last thing needed is a system crash.
Slow upload and download speeds are now a distant memory for businesses that use Fibre and the right Fibre provider (because many ISPs shape and throttle data which affects speeds).
Optic-Fibre cables allow for faster data transfer compared to the standard copper wires which are used in other broadband connections like ADSL.
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VoIP + business Fibre = uninterrupted communication
Business Fibre is more reliable and faster than previous internet connectivity types, and this benefits VoIP. To give you an example, think Skype (the most popular form of VoIP) when the connection is interrupted or slow. But with Fibre, interruptions and slowness will not happen.
But with ADSL or wireless, Skype connections are often frustrating and inefficient.
Slow broadband connection will affect the use of VoIP (aka Skype as our example) and your calls may often drop. Using business Fibre broadband with VoIP guarantees interruption-free communication.
Business Fibre is the new generation of broadband. ADSL and wireless are now seen as older technology. When it comes to the internet, Fibre broadband is the way to go to run a successful business because of its reliability and speed.
VoIP and business Fibre packages
Fibre is the choice for heavy internet usage, streaming, video, browsing, research and VoIP. Uncapped business Fibre connectivity is perfect for video conferencing.
BitCo offers both business Fibre and VoIP, separately and as a package deal.
In addition, we have connection agreements with other telephony providers which allows our client’s reduced call rates, which saves you even further.
The price for business Fibre packages varies depending on the needs of your business. It ranges from 10Mbps to 1Gbps. It’s best to look at your current internet usage and then research the Fibre packages that meet your needs.
If you want to stay ahead of your competitors, now may be the time to upgrade the technology you’re using, and business Fibre and VoIP as a package should certainly be considered a top priority.
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