Virgin Media has launched a brand new ultrafast broadband service which boasts a base obtain velocity of as much as 350Mbps – however the catch is that it’s aimed toward small companies, versus the typical client.
The new service is named Voom Fibre, and Virgin Media claims that it’s over 4 occasions sooner than the speeds supplied by rival service suppliers within the enterprise market (primarily referring to BT’s FTTC speeds of as much as 76Mbps).
As of May 2, not solely new clients, but additionally present enterprise clients will get 350Mbps obtain speeds as commonplace.
In whole, Voom Fibre will supply clients a choice of three value plans with differing add speeds, beginning at £30 monthly, with the dearer subscriptions operating to £40 and £55 month-to-month.
The plans will even supply additional choices that may be bolted on if your enterprise requires them.
The firm additionally mentioned it needed to assist SMBs past merely offering a quick broadband connection, and to that finish, is growing a neighborhood which permits folks to share and collaborate with different likeminded small enterprise homeowners of their native space.
Peter Kelly, Managing Director of Virgin Media Business (pictured above), commented: “We are passionate about seeing businesses grow and be the best they can be, so we’re creating a community made up of entrepreneurial dreamers through to established small business owners who will be able to connect with likeminded professionals.”