Can I get business broadband at home?

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If you are looking to get business broadband at home because you are working from home or for any other reason, we can help you with getting fibre business broadband at your house.

What is business broadband?

As it states business broadband is broadband for businesses. Business Internet usually offers enhanced benefits compared to home Internet such as quicker fix times and priority support to name a few.

What is the difference between home broadband and business broadband?

Increased broadband speed

Depending on your provider, business internet usually has traffic priority. Meaning, business broadband may be faster than your home network.

You may also find that having your business broadband separate will help congestion on your network. As generally with home networks there are over 10 devices connected at any time using your broadband. So separating your business broadband means you will have access to faster broadband speed.

Shorter SLA’s and technical support

You may find that business broadband also has quicker SLA’s (Service Level Agreements), meaning should you have any problems your issue is dealt with promptly.

You will also find that business broadband providers offer a higher level of technical support compared to residential broadband providers. This will allow you to have peace of mind should you need help or advice with your network.

Business broadband with a static IP

With business broadband you get a static IP address which is helpful if ever needed to connect to your computer remotely or even for monitoring cctv remotely.

Should I get business broadband at home?

Yes. We advise that your home network and your business network should be kept separate for security reasons.

In the instance that your home broadband is hacked, they will have no access to your business broadband and data within the network.

As well as security, the benefits including priority support and traffic prioritisation should persuade you to get business broadband at your home.

Why not read our article on finding out which broadband is right for your business.

Can I get business broadband at home

If you want to find out whether you can get home office broadband, simply use our broadband checker (more info below) to find out what speeds you can get.

The good news is that as a business broadband provider we can now provide fibre broadband without a phone line. This means you can save money on your bill because you don’t have to pay line rental.

Check your broadband options for your home.

This free to use website we built lets you find out what speeds you can get with business broadband. Furthermore, you can also register your interest in 5g broadband or a leased line.

To get started, continue to our connectivity report website to check your options.

The broadband checker can also offer recommendations for which broadband product is best for you. The quiz is available on the results page.

Don’t forget to get in touch if you are looking for a business broadband and SIM package.

To conclude:

If you are thinking of whether you should get broadband for your home, we advise you to mainly on the basis of security and access to better support.

If you would like a quote for business broadband, get in touch with us here.

If you have any questions about home broadband that we haven’t answered leave a comment and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

FAQ

What is good internet speed for a home office broadband?

20Mbps download speed is the minimum we would advise to make sure all your computing and Internet enabled devices work smoothly.

Where possible we always recommend our customers to purchase fibre broadband over standard ADSL broadband.

Why is business broadband more expensive?

Business broadband offers a much quicker SLA on fixes and higher level of technical support when compared to a residential broadband solution.

Home broadband may appear cheaper; however, this is usually because companies often offer bundled services at an extremely discounted price for the first 12 months.

What is the minimum internet speed for a VPN?

Usually, around 10Mbps should suffice for normal web surfing when using a Virtual private network. Although we recommend have a 30Mbps + connection where possible to make sure everything runs as smooth as possible.