You know Fibre deals are the way to go. What you may not fully understand, is how to choose the right Fibre package, or the right business Fibre supplier.
We’ve broken down all you need to know to make your BitCo research easy; find out which Fibre deal is right for your business, as well as the finer details about our Fibre packages, and why BitCo is a good partner for online connection:
Deciding on Fibre deals and packages
Different Internet Service Providers (ISP’s) offer various Fibre packages and deals. BitCo offers 12 packages, all of them based on the size of your business which determines how much speed is required.
Which BitCo Fibre package is best for your business?
Small business of 1 – 3 people
A small business that is not heavy on Internet usage, can get away with the 10Mbps package. What this means practically speaking, is that all 3 people in the business can use the Internet at once for browsing, file transference, email, VoIP and social media usage.
The speeds of these Fibre packages are fast and reliable. The higher Mbps you choose, the faster the Internet speed.
Small business of up to 5 people
A small business that needs to connect up to 5 devices, and which needs intermediate Internet usage (i.e. browsing, file transference, email, social media, video conferencing and other communications like VoIP) will find BitCo’s 20 – 50 Mbps packages suitable.
These speeds border on insanely fast and the connection is reliable.
Small to medium-sized business relying on the internet for most tasks
30 – 100 Mbps is ideal for seven to an early double-digit amount of staff that need to be online for collaboration, data backup and file transfer, in addition to normal browsing, social media usage and so on.
This range can also handle heavy audio use and video streaming communication like Skype.
It’s suitable for growing businesses that need web hosting, and e-commerce businesses.
Large and growing corporations with heavy internet usage
.100 – 1 000 Mbps provides insanely fast and extremely reliable connection for corporations that are still growing their employee count, and for heavy Internet usage.
You can even take it to 1 Gbps if your premises are in a Fibre served location.