An uncontended internet connection refers to where you gain a fixed connection speed regardless of the time of day, or number of people ‘sharing the pipe’ to the exchange.
As such, this type of connection is optimal for businesses that need a constant high speed connection, in comparison to consumer options which are prone to suffering from slowing down when multiple people are ‘sharing the pipe’.
The business broadband options we can provide your business vary considerably based on geographic location and the availability of local services.
To get to know your options, please contact our experienced team.
With the huge amount of offerings from multiple providers it can be difficult to understand the best options and the associated pricing complexities. This is where our team step in.
With multiple years of experience, we can help you to choose the business broadband plan that is best for you.
It will result in increased efficiency, functionality and anticipated reduction in running costs.
We will also offer full support if anything were to happen to your connection – with our team ensuring that we will get your connection back up as soon as possible, whether the issue be internally at your end, or at the end of the provider.
Hosted VoIP Services
CloudTech24’s hosted VoIP services increases the overall productivity of businesses by allowing their employees to multi-task.
It also enables the business to consolidate costs saved from more expensive traditional landline phone bills, which can then be redirected to other aspects of the business.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is digital telephone service in which calls are sent and received over the Internet.
This flexibility was key to our clients in the Covid:19 outbreak and ensures our clients have the ability operate remote working.
Our business VoIP service is cloud hosted and requires no onsite hardware, end users have flexibility of connecting to the service using one of the following options:
- Hardware VoIP Phone Handset
- PC Application
- Smartphone Application (Softphone app)
What is Business VoIP?
Our highly available business VoIP service is cloud hosted and requires no onsite telecoms hardware.
Business VoIP means that you have a single phone system for multiple offices or home offices.
Features include call direction, line transfer, call groups and virtual receptionist management features.
All of which can help to reduce the time it takes to get the correct person in contact with a client, saving your business time and enabling you to be smarter.
As well as this, VoIP solutions can be cheaper and more versatile than their traditional counterparts, not to mention providing additional functionality.
The benefits of VoIP go a step beyond cost savings and telecommunications functionality.
By using the internet for voice calls, users can integrate their phone system with additional software options that provide enhanced functionality, and can be acquired with greater ease than if a traditional system was used.
If you are looking for a cost effective, highly flexible and modern phone system (Business VoIP), please get in touch to talk to one of our experienced VoIP consultants.
Common FAQs about our Business Broadband
We often receive questions about our Business Broadband so we thought we would clear them up with some helpful FAQs below. Of course, you can also pick the phone up and speak with us as we would be more than happy to help.
What is Business Broadband?
An internet connection is critical to modern businesses, internet connections come in many options for both home and business requirements, CloudTech24 specialise in robust internet connections for businesses – business broadband options are suited for business use and have better reliability, connectivity and line options than home broadband connections. Options to consider when choosing a business broadband connection are contended or un-contended connections, broadband speeds, network hardware, contract length and dedicated static IP addresses.
What is a Leased Line?
A leased line is a dedicated private circuit between your office or data centre location via the ISP to connect you to the internet. Leased lines are essentially a data line or data link that are used by businesses to connect to the internet and to geographically distant offices. Leased lines are typically more expensive than other available internet connections but depending on location can provide significantly better network uptime, network speeds and with rated SLA’s.
What is FTTX?
FTTX, is “Fibre to the X” this is a generic term used for the termination point of optical fibre broadband service from a service provider.
What is FTTC?
FTTC, is “Fibre to the Cabinet”, this form of internet connection uses optical fibre to the local data cabinet/node with copper connectivity to the business premises.
What is FTTP?
Fibre to the premises, this form of internet connectivity uses optical fibre directly to the business premises.
What is the difference between FTTC and FTTP?
Unlike FTTC, FTTP is fully fibre connectivity to the business premises, these services are not as widely available to all businesses as FTTC. FTTP generally is slightly more expensive than FTTC but provides better network performance and speeds.
What is the best Internet provider for small business?
CloudTech24 work with multiple providers to ensure we can assist with finding the best connectivity options for your business – the best provider is subject to the business location and available services at these locations.
What is an ISP?
ISP stands for “Internet Service Provider”, this is a company or organisation that provides network connectivity and internet access for personal and business use.