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Business Grade Internet Solutions

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IT downtime is costing an average of £3.6 million for businesses and they are also losing 545 hours of staff productivity due to IT outages every year.
TWC IT Solutions is among those companies in North London that have successfully built up a top network provider portfolio in the UK since its launch in 2011. We developed relationships with well-established brands like Virgin, BT Wholesale, TalkTalk Business Broadband or Colt or to help you adjust to the constantly changing business landscape and ensure stable and robust Business Grade Internet for your enterprise.

Scale your speed and bandwidth up or down as needed to meet your business changes, whether for managing CRM, Unified Communications, Virtual Networks & Desktops or Data Centre DR.

Serve your growing client base efficiently with TWC’s Business Grade Internet Solutions.

200+ London businesses have trusted us so far.

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Business Grade Internet Services offered by TWC IT Solutions

Below you will find the Business Internet Service Providers that TWC partners with:
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BT Wholesale

BT Wholesale and Ventures is Europe’s largest wholesale telecom provider, including connectivity, communication and collaboration.

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Colt

Colt Technology Services is headquartered in London and is a multinational telecommunications company with 900+ data centres across Europe, Asia and North America’s largest business hubs.

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TalkTalk Business

TalkTalk Business owned by TalkTalk Group, is an IT support provider offering business broadband,telephone and mobile phone services.

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Virgin

Virgin Media Business is a telecommunications company specialising in services to businesses in the United Kingdom such as business broadband, leased lines and 4G business mobile.

Business-grade internet solutions are measured on network reliability; however, there are different considerations depending on your specific business requirements. First, a primary internet service based on your network preferences and availability to provide a reliability within your location. Second, the former with a backup line, activated should the primary circuit fail or if a disruption or power outage occurs – support of your primary circuit with an additional failover is strongly advised, however, optional. These should be via diverse networks – e.g. primary from BT Wholesale and the failover from Colt. Finally, a completely diverse and resilient provision, whereupon both the primary and failover (secondary circuit) are presented by separate exchanges and access points to the premises. This is also known as an RO2 and offers the surest means of keeping your business connectivity active at all times.

 

Leased Line Internet Solutions: A leased line is a private telecommunications circuit available between two or more locations to connect geographically distant places. It can speed up to 10Gb per second and can be accessed by multiple users at the same time. The optic cable can send data as fast as 70% of the speed of light. TWC’s leased line solutions include brands such as Virgin Media, BT Wholesale, TalkTalk or Colt with contract lengths up to 36 months. 

Fibre Broadband Solutions: This solution includes technologies such as Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) that uses copper wire and is a broadband most commonly set up. It uses existing street cabinets; therefore, it is a cost-effective solution and widely accessible in the UK. When discussing Fibre Broadband, it’s essential to mention Fibre to the Premises (FTTP), an internet running directly from the provider. As opposed to FTTC, it uses all fibre optic, making it able to reach speeds up to 1Gbps. 

Standard Broadband Solutions: Standard broadband solutions are commonly described as ADSL – a digital subscriber line. It builds upon existing copper phone lines to send and receive information. An ADSL-based internet connection requires a phone line to be installed first and the infrastructure built around it. 

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Business Grade Internet Benefits:

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Service Level Agreement: One of the most significant advantages of having a business-grade internet solution is the SLA between the business and the Internet solution provider. In this written contract, you are reassured about your broadband service length and how any potential faults get fixed in a certain amount of time.
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Service Level Agreement: One of the most significant advantages of having a business-grade internet solution is the SLA between the business and the Internet solution provider. In this written contract, you are reassured about your broadband service length and how any potential faults get fixed in a certain amount of time.

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Easy installation: After consulting with an IT Solution provider, installing the internet connection is taken care of by your chosen network provider.

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Easy installation: After consulting with an IT Solution provider, installing the internet connection is taken care of by your chosen network provider.

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Fast connection: Now more than ever, businesses require reliable, high-speed internet to be online. By having a good upload speed, they are always up-to-date and can communicate to the world, join video meetings, access Cloud applications to operate efficiently and profitably.

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Fast connection: Now more than ever, businesses require reliable, high-speed internet to be online. By having a good upload speed, they are always up-to-date and can communicate to the world, join video meetings, access Cloud applications to operate efficiently and profitably.

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Avoided business downtime: Having said this, businesses can’t afford to be offline. With investing in the proper network connection with customised internet speed, millions of pounds and staff productivity can be saved on a yearly basis.

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Avoided business downtime: Having said this, businesses can’t afford to be offline. With investing in the proper network connection with customised internet speed, millions of pounds and staff productivity can be saved on a yearly basis.

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Contention: A Business Grade Internet provides access only to your network members and cannot be used by anyone else.

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Contention: A Business Grade Internet provides access only to your network members and cannot be used by anyone else.

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Maximum security: SMEs are not immune and can also face waves of cybersecurity threats from hacking, malware, viruses and more. In case of a security breach, all of your data will be recovered.

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Maximum security: SMEs are not immune and can also face waves of cybersecurity threats from hacking, malware, viruses and more. In case of a security breach, all of your data will be recovered.

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Converged communications: A business broadband solution powers your communication devices – telephone, Wi-Fi, mobile – and creates a seamless environment by bringing together voice, video and data networks.

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Converged communications: A business broadband solution powers your communication devices – telephone, Wi-Fi, mobile – and creates a seamless environment by bringing together voice, video and data networks.

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Customer service: One of the most significant differences in business-grade internet compared to residential connections is the prioritised customer service experience. Most providers guarantee that any issues with your line are fixed within 24 hours.

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Customer service: One of the most significant differences in business-grade internet compared to residential connections is the prioritised customer service experience. Most providers guarantee that any issues with your line are fixed within 24 hours.

Business Grade Internet Features

● Unlimited downloads, UK calls

● Fibre direct to the end users premises

● Ultrafast fibre to the cabinet

● Next generation ADSL2+

● Voice network capability, hardware and service

● Suitable for any premises, including homeworking

● Free Dynamic or Static IP

● WorkSafe, industry-leading network security

● UK-based support, 365 days a year

● 24/7 internet security solutions

● SD WANSD WAN

● Network coverage

● Scalable bandwidth

Business Grade Internet Pricing

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Investing in a secure, business-grade internet solution during a period when the cash flow might be tight can still be beneficial in the long run.

After the initial consultation and giving you a quote, we assess the solutions and advise you on the Business Grade Internet Solution suited to your requirements and conduct a postcode-based search to find the best installation in your area.

Our Business Grade Leased Line Fibre Ethernet starts from £200.00/month and can increase further depending on your business’s needs

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Business Grade Internet in London FAQ

What is a Business Grade Internet?
A Business Grade Internet is a leased line that comes with a Service Level Agreement (SLA). It provides a robust internet connection with fast upload and download speed. Compared to commercial internet connections, it has no contention (limit on the number of people able to access), but the members of your private network can only access it.
What types of Internet packages for businesses are available?
Our Internet packages depend on your location, the speed required and your Internet provider preference. We use this information in our postcode based search to assess what is available in the area from our trusted providers such as BT, Virgin, TalkTalk and Colt.
Business Internet vs. Residential Internet?
A Business Grade Internet has the advantage of not limiting the number of people who can use it, while residential internet networks generally put an access ratio of either 20:1 or 50:1.
How fast broadband internet can TWC provide?
The range of broadband internet speed offered by TWC varies from FTTC (Fibre to the cabinet) and 5G to a dedicated 10 MB, 100 MB or 1GB line to cover your ever changing needs.
How to get fibre broadband installed?
The process is simple. After we complete the postcode search to see if there is fibre optic in your area, the chosen network provider installs it for you. It generally takes around 14 days to activate and can also potentially involve an engineer visit.
Fibre Broadband vs Cable: Which one is better for my business?
Fibre Broadband is high-speed broadband, and due to its fibre optic cables, it is better and faster at transferring data than a standard copper cable.
What are your rest Business Connectivity services?
Does TWC offer 24/7 support in case something is wrong?
Absolutely. TWC is one of the few companies with ‘follow-the-sun’ locations in the UK, Asia and the Americas, which makes us able to support our client base 24/7/365.
I’m interested in receiving a quote from TWC. What are the next steps?
Just hit the button below and ask for a quote based on your company’s needs. We will get back to you within less than 48 hours.
My business is not London-based. Can TWC still offer me a stable business internet efficiently?
TWC checks your postcode and the available network that can be installed in your area, even if you are outside of London.

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