Business Broadband for Acton Green

Your business broadband is essential and ought to be transparent. Surprisingly, many small businesses get lower speeds than the cabling will provide. Our Business class broadband for Acton Green will reclaim this lost performance for you.

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As a business owner in Acton Green you rely hugely on your Broadband. 
Surprising though, often getting less speeds than your existing cabling will actually provide.  

What we do differently. We will demonstrate:-

• The actual speeds you are getting today.
• The speeds we can provide. 
• These will become a contractual Guarantee.

Some Broadband providers share YOUR available speeds with neighbouring businesses. 
This is common. 

In our experience, 60% of our customers do not get the full speed available – Is your business the same?

Based on actual customer data, using our standard uncapped service,  on average we have trebled (3X) their broadband speeds. (2020/21 customer data).

Our business only broadband will reclaim all of the performance that is available to you.
Costs are often similar to existing plans but without the performance caps. 

We Guarantee it.

Let us show you what we can do.

Powwerful Benefits

The speed increases we say we can provide is guaranteed. Meaning your card payment transactions, ePOS systems, email traffic and all connected devices receive a Powwer boost.
On average we have Trebled our customers’ broadband speeds.
There are no performance caps.
We offer competitive transparent pricing without hidden costs.
Unlimited data usage.
Excellent aftercare support.
We're focused on bringing better Business Broadband to Acton Green

Our Business Broadband for Acton Green Providers

Business Broadband for Acton Green Case Study

Real-World Case Study

When we arrived, this customer was getting a download speed 13.6Mbit/s to run his Pizza Takeaway business on. 

Shocking – but surprisingly common.

The Upload speed is ignored by most small businesses and it really should NOT be. Here’s why.

• Card Payment machines are crucial to shops and small businesses.   
• The upload figure is a critical factor in the payment transaction speed.

So, the speed at which the business owner can take payment transactions in busy times is restricted by this Upload speed value. At busy times of the day, this customer is using two or three card payment terminals at the same time. 

All these devices are having to share the available upload bandwidth.  Powwer were able to improve this metric from 8.79Mbit to over 18Mbit therefore more than doubling this performance and helping the business owner to service customers more efficiently.  

Remember these images are real customer data.

We sold him the following – For less than he was previously paying.

These values are now written into the contract with this customer.


FAQ's For Business Broadband for Acton Green

The term Fibre in broadband refers to the use of Fibre Optic cabling. Usually taking the form of a high quality glass or plastic fibres which are used to send digital data signals. They are fortunately more and more common today and are used as replacements for copper cabling. Firbre optic cabling has the advantage of being easily upgradable whilst allowing data to travel at extremely fast speeds.

The majority of fibre broadband services sold in the UK are actually a Fibre-To-The-Cabinet service, or FTTC for short. With FTTC, a fibre optic connection is used from the telephone exchange to your local green street Cabinet. Albeit the longest cabling section, that’s as far as the Fibre connection goes. A copper cabling connection is then used from the street cabinet to the home or business (sometimes referred to as the “last mile” connection) With FTTC, it’s possible to obtain download speeds of up to 80Mbps and upload speeds of up to 20Mbps. The actual speeds depend on the distance between your home or business and the green cabinet. Expect an average download speeds in the region of 60Mbps.

Around 91% of UK homes are able to get a fibre-to-the-cabinet service.

It’s common to find broadband services being marketed as “superfast broadband” or “ultrafast broadband”. This is based on the maximum download speed available on the service, being defined as follows : – ‘Superfast Broadband’ is used to distinguish a broadband services with a download speed of more than 30Mbps. This includes all fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) services. Additionally Broadband that’s delivered through a 4G technology would also normally be classified as offering Superfast speeds. – Ultrafast broadband refers to services offering a download speed of more than 300Mbps. Full fibre services are the gold standard within this category. Additioabnlly 5G broadband would also count as ultrafast broadband. Prior to 2015, the threshold for ultrafast broadband was only 100Mbps. Some ISPs continue with the older definition, marketing their services as ultrafast broadband even though they offer download speeds of less than 300Mbps.

For Micro and Smaller businesses, who rely immensly on their broadband service, they would normally find a FTTC servicve is available. In theory it ought to be possible to obtain a download speed of upto c80Mbits/s and a corresponding upload speed of c19Mbits/s on this type of connection. This performance can be easily checked by using a boradbandspeed checking App from your phone. The theoritically speeds are obviously an ideal, but c80% of that figure ought to be acheivable. However if you find you are getting slower speeds then it is possible your service provider is sharing some of your available bandwidth with other neighbours in your postcode.

Like Wi-Fi Mobile broadband allows you to access the Web. But unlike Wi-Fi it allows access to the internet without using a phone line or dedicated Fibre connection, instead using a 4G or 5G mobile phone sim. Usually provided in a wireless router style device containing a mobile SIM card.