Business broadband refers to internet services designed for commercial use. It offers faster and more reliable connectivity compared to residential broadband and is essential for businesses to carry out their daily operations and activities.
It is offered by ISPs as either a wired (Ethernet, T1, T3) or wireless (via a router) connection. Business broadband plans usually have higher speeds and lower latency compared to residential broadband plans, with some offering symmetrical speeds (equal upload and download speeds).
Business broadband plans often include added features such as static IP addresses, quality of service (QoS) for prioritizing business-critical applications, and 24/7 customer support. Business broadband plans can also be customized to meet specific needs, with options for increased bandwidth, backup connections, and more.
The costs of business broadband plans are generally higher than residential broadband plans, reflecting the added features and higher quality of service. However, the investment in a robust internet connection is important for the smooth running and success of any business.