Points you should consider when choosing an Internet service
Can your services provider deliver what your business need? Whenever you lose connectivity you risk losing money and customers. While your provider cannot control outages that occur from bad weather or considerable network congestion, its reliability and reach will control how fast they can get your business up and running.
How fast can they recover from service outages and disruptions? How reliable is your provider’s network? If your main connection goes down, you have to be able to connect to resources and keep your business functioning without interruptions.
In summary, broadband technologies should meet your company’s current bandwidth needs, but it should be positioned to meet future needs as well. When it comes to telecommunications services, you may want to partner with an expert, and allow them to show you how to choose the right solution to accelerate your business growth.
Fibre Optic Broadband
A premium service that is scalable and capable of running all IP applications with multiple QOS and VLAN settings
A business service providing connectivity to all available businesses. Also good as a backup line to provide Internet redundancy for businesses.
High speed connectivity through National Broadband Network ( depends on availability.) From 10 to 100 Mbps
High Speed Internet
E-line/EFM. Delivering speed from 2Mbps upto 70Mbps. Suitable for businesses that need reliable Internet connections.