TalkTalk Business features
- Security package
- Free connection
- Static IP address
- Free wireless router
- Business broadband
- Fibre optic broadband
- ADSL broadband
- Company history
The consumer division of TalkTalk was founded in 2003, as part of Carpone Warehouse. Now demerged from its parent company, it currently serves the needs of over 100,000 business and public sector customers and works with over 350 wholesale partners nationwide.
TalkTalk Business uses the same network as TalkTalk consumer wing and now offers fibre broadband as well as a standard ADSL service.
- Customer service
TalkTalk Business broadband leads the way in business broadband customer support, with a team of dedicated specialists on call to assist customers 24/7.
All TalkTalk Business broadband call centres are UK-based and are free to call.
TalkTalk Business broadband packages come with a free wireless router capable of delivering reliable, fast broadband connections around large business premises.
- Software features
TalkTalk Business broadband customers get use of MyAccount service for no extra charge. This offers around the clock access to their account, the option to view print and download current and previous bills and lets users make payments toward their account.
Use of Worksafe, TalkTalk's network-level security solution for broadband packages, is also included for free.
Subscribe to one of the more expensive products and TalkTalk will manage the broadband facet of your business relocations for free too and will provide special business calling features for no extra charge as well.
- Email features
TalkTalk Business broadband customers get a static IP address. This allows them to remotely access their business email over the internet for working while away from the office.
Opt for the Complete Fibre packages and you'll get one and four static IP addresses.
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Opal's service is good and it's cheap for what you're getting. Definitely renewing with them this year.Lionel Brown, 19th May 2010