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Tuesday, November 17th, 2020 (2:53 pm) - Score 2,880
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UK ISP TalkTalk Business has today announced the launch of their new “Business Full Fibre” (FTTP) and “Business Ultrafast Fibre” (G.fast) broadband products for small and medium sized businesses, which at present are both supplied via Openreach’s national network (although they’ll soon be offering FTTP from Cityfibre too).

The provider’s business division has actually been promoting some of these services via their website for a while (i.e. as part of a trial or otherwise), but today’s announcement marks their official introduction as a mainstream product to the TalkTalk Business portfolio.

NOTE: Hybrid fibre G.fast is currently available to 2.8 million UK premises (this rollout has stopped), while full fibre FTTP covers 3.5 million and rising.

Prices start from £23.95 +vat per month for their 145Mbps (G.fast based) package and rise to £59.95 per month for their 900Mbps full fibre solution. Each package includes unlimited usage, the Wi-Fi Hub wireless router, a 24-month contract term, static IP and free installation. But unusually for a business plan you’ll only get a dynamic IP address (not a static IP).

Jon Nowell, TTB Director of Small Biz and Fibre, said:

“Over the last six months, the way businesses of all sizes work has changed dramatically. The widespread shift towards hybrid working has demonstrated the critical importance of every business being able to benefit from the best possible fibre connection available to them. Our recent Lockdown Lessons report showed just that, with 81% of employees saying that a fast, reliable broadband connection is one of the most important factors in enabling effective working from home.

The rapid digital acceleration that we’ve witnessed has shown that we simply cannot wait for the UK-wide roll-out of full fibre to provide businesses with a fast and reliable connection. And, at a time when small-medium businesses are grappling with a range of challenges, increasing their bandwidth cost effectively will provide a much-needed boost. We’re confident that our new ultrafast offering for businesses will help organisations of all sizes across the UK grow and adapt in the months to come.”

We’ve summarised the packages below, including any discounts – these offers are said to be “available to new TTB customers and existing TTB customers who are upgrading their services“.

Business Ultrafast Fibre 150
Download speed 145Mbps
Upload speed 25Mbps

PRICE: £23.95 for the first 12 months of service and £29.95 for the next 12 (£34.95 thereafter)

Business Ultrafast Fibre 300
Download speed 290Mbps
Upload speed 40Mbps

PRICE: £23.95 for the first 12 months of service and £34.95 for the next 12 (£39.95 thereafter)

Business Full Fibre 100
Download speed 100Mbps
Upload speed 20Mbps

PRICE: £29.95 for the first 24 months of service *

Business Full Fibre 200
Download speed 200Mbps
Upload speed 30Mbps

PRICE: £34.95 for the first 24 months of service *

Business Full Fibre 300
Download speed 300Mbps
Upload speed 50Mbps

PRICE: £39.95 for the first 24 months of service *

Business Full Fibre 500
Download speed 500Mbps
Upload speed 75Mbps

PRICE: £49.95 for the first 24 months of service *

Business Full Fibre 900
Download speed 900Mbps
Upload speed 115Mbps

PRICE: £59.95 for the first 24 months of service *

* After the minimum contract term, prices will increase by £5 per month (ex VAT) for Business Full Fibre 100, 200 and 300, and £10 per month (ex VAT) for Business Full Fibre 500 and 900.

UPDATE 18th November 2020

TTB has informed us that, despite what their ultrafast page states, they do in fact provide a single static IP address free of charge, alternatively its £5 per month for a bock of four addresses. By comparison the related web page only mentions a dynamic IP but this, we’re told, is a mistake.

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By Mark Jackson
Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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13 Responses
  1. André says:

    Dynamic IP? Really?
    That’s an odd choice for a business product…

    1. Shane says:

      They do offer a static IP address(es) upon request – you just have to ask for it, as I managed to get a block. I’m with TTB on their FTTP 900 product, great speeds 24/7 at a decent price £59.95 ex vat.

  2. Davros says:

    having used them in the past for FTTC if I could get either of these options I would go back to them – really good service.

    1. Sarah Cox says:

      Hi there! I look after the team that can review your business at anytime and check on availability and upgrades for any Ultrafast service. If you would be interested in a discussion then please give me or the team a call on 0800 131 3000 – we would be happy to check or register your interest for future faster speeds. Sarah.

  3. Ian says:

    TalkTalk are rubbish

  4. Uncontended User says:

    Talk Talk BUSINESS – are these fibre packages offering any better QOS or equivalent contention ratio than residential? Is there UK based support and SLA times?

    1. Shane says:

      Yes UK phone support, 7 days a week and a far better SLA. Massively better product that TalkTalk Retail.

  5. Phil says:

    When it’s priced low like a consumer product, and has dynamic IPs like a consumer product, then it’s a consumer product, not business grade!

    As for TalkTalk’s website, I’ve given up looking for anything on it, it’s just a confusing mess of prices, boxes, icons and footnotes with menu bars flashing in and out in error and hard to know what you are looking at!

    1. Shane says:

      Sir, TTB do offer static IP addresses on FTTP upon request – I have a block on their FTTP service. As for price, its not compulsory for all ISPs to charge AAISP style eye watering prices and have piddly data limits in order to offer a good service. BTW TTB offer 7 day UK based phone support – something which AAISP don’t (only Mon-Fri).

    2. Badem says:

      Odd because the website works fine for me.
      This article is relating to TalkTalk Business Product.
      They do offer Static IPs, not everyone wants/needs them but they are available if needed by asking TTB
      Hardly priced low like a consumer product, its twice the cost and end of contract term costs are quite high. From what I see this is a TTB product, not a bespoke Communications Package with associated support which costs hundres or thousands per month.

  6. Burble says:

    As far as I can make out, they are offering a VIOP service, something they don’t offer on residential.

  7. Ian Wigg says:

    Won’t be of any use to anyone in our village as, despite having FTTP availability to all premises, Talk Talk can only provide their FTTP offerings to 2 properties as according to their database the rest of the premises don’t actually exist despite having been there for hundreds of years in some cases.

  8. Ixel says:

    Do they offer a block of 8 IP addresses, or just 4? If 8 then when my contract is concluded with my current ISP I may consider switching over due to the cost.

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