Small Business Internet

Finding the right offer for your small business internet needs requires a careful study of your company’s choice of internet provider. To do this, it is important to ask yourself the right questions: What speed do you need? What telephony services are essential for you? Do you need to use a fax machine? A professional cell phone?

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Different types of broadband for small business

The ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) pro offers Internet access generally adapted to the needs of a very small company. With downstream speeds higher than upstream speeds, ADSL is not always enough for the activity of a small business. This is why it is called “asymmetric”.

With the SDSL (Symmetric Digital Subscriber Line), you can enjoy high-speed Internet access dedicated to businesses internet. These broadband connections meet the specific requirements of professional small business internet access. That offers usual guaranteed symmetrical speeds allowing simultaneous and high-performance transmission in both directions. For businesses that wish to benefit from the reliability of very high-speed broadband, the pro packages offer speeds of up to 100 Mbps.

What is your intended small business internet use?

The Internet speed that you will need obviously depends on the number of employees who will use the same connection. It also depends on the services that you want to be able to benefit from in your company:

  • IP telephony
  • Fax reception
  • Creation of a website
  • Other

A small business internet with less than 50 employees will logically not need the same speeds as a large company. This is not to say that two companies of the same size need the same speeds for their Internet access. There is only one factor to be taken into account here: business activity. A small business that needs to exchange large files on a regular basis will need higher bandwidth than a company that works on the phone.


For whom?

  • Very small companies


  • Downlink speeds beyond 10 Mbps
  • Lower upward flows (in emission)
  • Guaranteed/unguaranteed throughput connection


  • Fast file downloading and Internet browsing


  • Limited sending of large files and use of IP telephony


For whom?

  • Small and medium sized companies with moderate use


  • Same transmission and reception rates from 512K up to 16 Mbps
  • Guaranteed connection speed


  • More reliable networked transmissions and more efficient remote networking
  • Quick to set up
  • Allows the use of interactive applications such as videoconferencing
  • Very short recovery time (4 hours)
  • Used to cover areas via WI-FI


  • The subscriber must be located within a theoretical area of 10 miles from the operator’s central office


For whom?

  • Small, medium and large companies


  • Speeds ranging from 100 Mbps to 200 Mbps


  • 100% availability rate
  • Optimized safety with total flow tightness per connection type
  • Guaranteed recovery in a very short time


  • Fibre networks are still not widespread enough, especially outside major cities


First and foremost, the business internet provider that works best for your business is the provider that services your area—so always start your search by plugging in your business’s address. Keep in mind that providers’ offers and rates will vary according to your location, too. If your not looking for the cheapest plan check out our fibre 1000 plans.

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