The government should focus its energy on improving broadband coverage across the UK, according to Eclipse Internet.
Commenting after Gordon Brown revealed his super-fast broadband plans, Paul Richens, Proposition Manager of Eclipse, said MPs must consider carefully how they intend to guarantee access to such services in all areas.
He explained: "For example, there are parts of Cornwall where the level of service is so poor broadband is virtually unusable."
However, Mr Richens added that super-fast broadband would offer many benefits, including savings on calls and the ability to allow staff to work from home.
"Faster broadband will allow companies to access a whole new range of online services and applications that the average UK business simply doesn't have the bandwidth for yet," he added.
The Prime Minister outlined plans for super-fast broadband to be available to everyone by 2020 during a speech on the UK's digital future yesterday (March 22nd).