Companies outside of central London can now take advantage of Easynet's 100Mb business broadband deals, it has been announced.
The super-fast broadband service, which costs corporate subscribers less than £20 per day, has recently been the subject of a £400 million investment.
As a result, the fibre broadband service is now backed up by a 40Mb copper broadband network for free, ensuring 100 per cent uptime.
Neil Gallagher, Sales Director for Easynet Connect, described smaller businesses as "the lifeblood of our economy".
"It's important for them to be able to achieve the same speed, reliability and quality typically only available to much larger companies at a much higher price," he stated.
"Our fibre offering gives [such firms] the opportunity to take advantage of high-speed access to cloud computing services and CRM systems without jeopardising the performance of the network."
Mr Gallagher noted that Easynet's broadband deals allow for such systems to be deployed without interrupting core business functions.