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As a business, how would you cope if you couldn’t take payments or email your customers? A secure, fast and reliable broadband connection is essential in today’s digitally driven world. WeTrust’s business broadband comparison service makes it easy for you to find a tailored package that’s right for your business.
WeTrust provides a comparison service for business broadband. We’re working with leading business broadband providers to bring you affordable deals for services which go well beyond a domestic broadband connection.
How WeTrust Business Broadband Works
WeTrust wants to find you the best business broadband and landline deals available. Deals with dedicated technical support so you can back up and running quickly if something goes wrong. Packages with faster speeds and greater stability, so there's no slowing down at peak times.
WeTrust will provide you with access to well-known companies like BT, TalkTalk and Virgin, who also supply the home market. You’ll also see business-only broadband providers, such as Toople and xln, on our comparison service, too. Discounted deals and market-leading tariffs are just a postcode away.
Superfast Business Broadband
Superfast broadband will help you do business more quickly and securely. If it’s available in your area, it will be on WeTrust’s comparison service.
Save on Business Broadband and Phone Packages
Whether you want business broadband-only or the whole set, WeTrust can find you a package tailored to your needs.
UK’s Leading Telecoms Providers
We’ve got the UK’s leading telecom providers and many smaller companies on WeTrust’s business broadband comparison service. Whatever you need, we’ll help you find it.
As Easy as 1, 2, 3
Business phone and broadband deals are easy to compare with WeTrust. In just minutes, you can compare the best broadband services for your business.
Fill in your postcode
Once we have your postcode, we can tell you what business broadband and phone deals are available in your area.
You’ll see a list of business broadband and phone deals, each showing contract length, average speed and price. To see more details about a deal, click on the 'More Info' button.
Choose the deal you want
Once you know which deal you want, we’ll transfer you to the provider’s website. Then, you can complete your purchase or speak to someone if you’ve got any questions.
WeTrust Business Broadband FAQs
ADSL: if you’re a small business, an ADSL line should be sufficient. It uses the same line as your landline.
Fibre Optic: much faster than ADSL, your broadband is connected by glass or plastic underground cables. However, it’s not available everywhere.
Mobile: here you connect to broadband with a USB dongle or data card. If your staff travel a lot, they won’t have to go searching for wi-fi if you provide them with mobile data.
Better bandwidth and download speeds: businesses have dedicated broadband lines, unlike domestic broadband, where lines are shared with other users. It means download speeds won't be affected by the number of people online at the same time.
Priority customer service: if you’re a business and your broadband goes down, you could lose money. For example, an online retailer whose website is down for a few hours could lose out on a significant number of sales. Business broadband providers often give their customers priority support to get them back in business as quickly as possible.
Improved security: you’ll get enhanced security to guard against hackers and loss of data. Providers also offer cloud backup services, too.
A static IP address: an IP address provides online identification for a computer. With home broadband, the IP address changes every time you go online, whereas, with business broadband, it stays the same. Businesses need a static IP address to run certain services, like servers or website hosting.
Enhanced services: with business broadband, you can take advantage of services which could save you money. Services such as VoIP, where you can make phone calls over the internet and save on call charges. Or FTP (file transfer protocol), which you can only use with business broadband as it needs a static IP address.