Business Broadband

Business Broadband is about more than just getting you connected to the internet.

There are a range of different services that may be available to you to suit your businesses needs. We work with businesses to understand those needs and recommend a service that will be suitable.


Find out more about all of the different services that could be available to your business and their benefits below.

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Basics of Business Broadband

When looking at Business Broadband it is important to understand what is being offered and what is best for your business. This all start with understanding the basics. 

Here at One2Call we want to help you understand what is available so that we can help you in the process of finding the best package to suit your business’s needs. 

Our tailor-made services allow you to cherry-pick the particular features you want from your business broadband and the extras best suited for your needs.  

What is Business Broadband? 

Typically, Business Broadband is a more comprehensive than residential broadband, offering business-grade services that can maintain certain levels of quality, often with better speeds, more secure connections and more reliable connections. However, Business Broadband can also be used for Home Working with packages like our Premium Home Worker Broadband.  

Choosing the best Business Broadband for you.

When it comes to choosing the Business Broadband for you is all dependent on the needs of your business. When building the Business Broadband for you we look at: 

    • Availability of certain broadband types in your area. 
    • Level of service you require – Managed Service or a One-Off Installation.
    • Contract lengths.
    • Broadband Speeds and Reliability.

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UltraFast Business Broadband

Can you get UltraFast Business Broadband ?

Ultra-fast Business Broadband can be achieved using Full Fibre (FTTP) which is Fibre to the Premises. It is new technology to help build faster, more reliable connections.  

When it comes to business, broadband is the backbone, supplying the WiFi/Wireless connection that you and your employee need every day.  

Practice Safe Internet & Stay Secure with your Business Broadband

When it comes to the internet, security is a big thing, especially for businesses who hold private/personal information which needs protecting/securing.  

One2Call offer managed services that cover your security with bolt-ons available including:  

And more to help keep your business and its data secure. We always recommend adding this coverage to your packages as the risks of cyber threat is far too great to get you and your business covered. 

When it comes to business, broadband is the backbone, supplying the WiFi/Wireless connection that you and your employee need every day.  

Fibre vs Full Fibre

What is the difference between Fibre and Full Fibre? 

The core difference between Fibre and Full Fibre Broadband is how it is connected to your business. Fibre Broadband uses fibre cables, transmitting signals to your local green street cabinet, with copper cables then connect to your business (FTTC or Fibre to the Cabinet). 

Full Fibre (FTTP or Fibre to the Premises) delivers ultra-reliable, ultrafast fibre speeds directly to your business, no copper cables, meaning it’s a much faster and more reliable than standard Fibre Broadband as speeds can reach up to 1,000mbps in the UK. 

Copper cables used in standard Fibre lacks speed and reliability of Full Fibre, loosing Speed and Reliability the longer the distance. The durability of copper cabling lacks in reliability as they can be easily broken during installation or by accident with the added vulnerability from interference from electrical currents like power lines, lightning and deliberate signal scrambling.  

What is the best Broadband Service for your Business?

When looking at Business Broadband it is important to understand what is best for your business. Here at One2Call we want to help you understand what is available so that we can help you find the best package to suit your business’s needs. Our tailor-made services allow you allow you to get the best service for your business at the best price, whilst also being able to provided added extras such as enhances security and even higher SLA’s where available.

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Leased Line

A Leased Line, is a full-fibre connection where the bandwidth is 100% yours, all the time. Owning a leased line where the bandwidth is 100% yours allows your business to secure a fast, reliable, service regardless of the time of day. Our leased lines have industry leading SLA’s (Service Level Agreements) with guaranteed fix times of 6 hours, however these can be as low as 4 hours in some areas depending on availability.

Leased Lines from One2Call means; No Sharing, No Throttling and 99.99% Reliability.


VDSL (very high-speed digital subscriber line) broadband is a networking technology designed to provide faster services over short distances. The technology One2Call offers allows broadband connections to remain at the quality and speed you expect whether you use VDSL for your primary Business Broadband, use it as Back-up Service, or for your key Business Home Workers. Connections are improved by the reduction of over stimulation of bandwidth, meaning here at One2Call we don’t overuse one connection for profit. We make our connection strong and secure, always.  

FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet)

FTTC is also known as Fibre to the Cabinet, uses fibre cables, transmitting signals to your street cabinet, with copper cables then connecting to your business.

FTTC can’t provide speeds as fast as FTTP, the longer the distance the copper cabling spans over, the more the signal (and speed) will degrade, the copper can also see significant interference from electric currents, making it vulnerable to power lines, lightning, and deliberate signal scrambling.  

FTTC can also lose speed and reliability during peak times, as the increased amount of users on a shared connection can saturate the bandwidth over copper and as such may not be able to keep up with your applications and communications. Whilst FTTC isn’t as fast as FTTP, it is still a good choice of broadband for many business where FTTP and other options are not available. 

EoFTTC (Ethernet over FTTC)

EoTTC aims to overcome the lower reliability of standard FTTC by providing Dedicated Ethernet over the line. By delivering Ethernet over FTTC you can receive an uncontended (not shared) service over a line that would otherwise be shared and thus improving your speed and performance in peak times and get better SLA terms including better fix times (8 hours) compared to standard FTTC.

FTTP (Fibre to the Premises)

FTTP (Fibre To The Premises), is fibre direct to your business from the cabinet. It is UltraFast full-fibre broadband that is wired directly to the business with the potential to allow speeds up to 1,000Mbps in the UK. 

FTTP or Full Fibre Broadband speed capacity is significantly higher than standard (FTTC) Fibre Broadband allowing for a range of benefits to your usage. The higher speeds come from data transmitting at the speed of light over fibre cabling, rather than transmitting over copper wire (FTTC – Fibre To The Cabinet).  Giving FTTP the ability to transmit large amounts of information over large distances without losing signal.  

Unfortunately, FTTP isn’t currently available everywhere, however, expansions of full fibre connection are currently being worked on throughout the UK, so more businesses will have access to FTTP.  

EoFTTP (Ethernet over FTTP)

EoFTTP increases the speed and reliability of FTTP by providing a dedicated Ethernet service over the FTTP fibre line. By providing Ethernet over this line you get uncontended speeds and enhanced reliability over the connection to take full advantage of the line available to you, as well as the added benefits of increased Service Level Agreements (SLAs), 24/7 support and critical fix times as low as 7 hours.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I get WiFi Included?

WiFi and Broadband are two separate things. Broadband is your connection delivered via fibre or copper cables to your business. Whereas Wi-Fi is technology that allows you to connect your wireless devices to the internet.  

When your broadband is connected to your property a Router will allow the data to be used to connect devices to the internet. Some Routers (especially consumer Routers) will allow you to connect to the internet over Wi-Fi built in to the routers. However, in many cases, this built in WiFi may not be have a suitable range, capacity or speed to be suitable to most businesses. In this case most businesses will have separate wireless infrastructure to allow for a wide range of devices to connect to the internet over a large business footprint.  

At One2Call we can also work with your business to asses your Wireless/Networking requirements, and we can recommend (and even install, manage and maintain) a solution to suit your business needs. 

Is Security included with my Business Broadband?

When it comes to your cyber security, One2Call offer a range of services to keep you covered from all angles. These can all be added onto your plan as extras when we build your tailor-made service.  

How reliable is my Business Broadband?

The reliability of your Business Broadband is dependent on a magnitude of factors. However, building an ultrareliable, ultrafast Business Broadband is most achievable with Full Fibre Broadband (FTTP) and Leased Lines, as its transmitting technologies allow signal to be passed directly to your business.  

If you do have any issues, our broadband services come with industry leading SLA (Service Level Agreement) fix times to ensure that you can get your business back up and running as quickly as possible, and as we are carrier independent, we can also provide backup lines on separate connections or emergency connectivity options to vastly reduce your risk of any potential downtime. 

What is Broadband Bandwidth?

Bandwidth is best defined as the maximum data transfer rate referring to the maximum amount of data transfer per second not the speed of data transfer.   

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