Business Telecoms Can Be A Confusing Place

We don’t think it should be so we’ve included a list of products and services below with a simple breakdown of what they are and how they can benefit your business.

If you feel that these can benefit you or your business give us a call and we can help you understand fully what you need.

Internet Connectivity:


Business broadband (Also known as ADSL) is all you need for email access and internet browsing (as long as you don’t use a lot of data or need particularly fast transfer speeds). Price range £15-£30 per month

Fiber broadband

You’ll need  business fiber broadband (Also known as VDSL) to use cloud applications, video-conferencing, and to transfer large data files quickly. Price range £30 – £60 per month
Requires a phone line (usually)

Lease Line

If you want a dedicated internet access service beyond business broadband, with guaranteed upload and download speeds, take a look at a Leased Line. It’s like having your very own pipe, capable of carrying enormous amounts of data.

As you don’t share the bandwidth with anyone else, you get complete control over it: flex your bandwidth in line with seasonal demands and only pay for what you need.

With symmetric speed choices ranging from 2Mbps to 30Mbps (Ethernet First Mile – EFM), 35Mbps (Generic Ethernet Access – GEA), and 10Gbps (Ethernet fibre), plus resilience options, a leased line is ideal for businesses where internet access is critical. Price range £150+
Does not require a phone line

Phone Systems

Cloud-based systems

Cloud-based VoIP systems send your calls over the internet. Aside from the phones, there’s no hardware to install, house, or maintain in your office. It’s all in the cloud

On-premises systems

A business phone system install on your site, along with the phone lines (PSTN or ISDN). On-premises systems can also use VoIP technology and SIP trunking

Please See: What are the main differences between an on-premises phone system and a VoIP system hosted in the cloud?

Phone Lines:


A pstn line is a single phone line with a single number attached to it, it is used for voice, fax and broadband connection, some come with more features than others such as caller display, redirection and the ability to transfer calls.(Redcare alarm lines are also PSTN lines)
Price range £15-£25 Per month

What is ISDN?

Integrated Services Digital Network is a high-performance service that delivers broadcast-quality voice and continuous, extremely reliable data transmission.
Continuous data transmission makes it ideal for use with EPOS machines and intelligent tills in shops, especially in areas with patchy broadband coverage.


For small businesses that cannot afford any breaks in data transmission.

With ISDN2 System you can connect to a small phone system with up to 60 channels.
Channels are sold in pairs and can be bonded to increase bandwidth for things like reliable video-conferencing.


For large businesses that need high-quality video-conferencing, consistent transfer of large data files, or that operate call centers.

As well as being able to have an unlimited number of channels (sold singularly), ISDN30 customers can also bond channels to increase bandwidth.

ISDN30 supports WAN to link 2 or more sites.

If you have any questions on the above products or would like to place an order please let us know

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