TalkTalk has revamped its ADSL and fibre-based business broadband deals, and is now offering four different options for UK companies.
Businesses can choose between the broadband provider's Simply Broadband, Complete Broadband, Simply Fibre and Complete Fibre packages.
The entry-level option is the ADSL-based Simply Broadband, which is priced at £4 per month plus line rental.
With this broadband deal, enterprises gain access to up to 17Mb download speeds, up to 1Mb uploads, unlimited data, a free router and a Static IP address.
Subscribers have the option of bolting a calls package on to their deal should they desire inclusive landline and mobile minutes.
The higher-tier Complete Broadband package includes unlimited calls, along with free business call features and free premises moves.
Download speeds are the same with this package - up to 17Mb downloads and up to 1Mb uploads - while data is again unlimited.
TalkTalk Complete Broadband is priced at £10.50 per month plus line rental, with add-on features including a free router and up to four Static IPs.
For businesses seeking faster download and upload speeds, the first option is Simply Fibre, which costs £19 per month plus line rental.
Subscribers can download at up to 76Mb and take advantage of up to 20Mb upload speeds.
Again, businesses receive a free router, a Static IP address and an unlimited usage allowance, with the option to bolt on a calls package for an additional fee.
Complete Fibre - which offers all the same features, plus landline and mobile calls, business call features, free premises moves and three more Static IPs - costs £25.50 per month plus line rental.
As with Simply Fibre, the maximum broadband speeds are 76Mb and 20Mb for downloads and uploads respectively.
"Thanks to a breakthrough in network technology, our business broadband is proactively optimised to find the right balance of speed and stability at the point of connection," TalkTalk said.
This ensures companies' broadband performance is "consistent and always fit for business", the service provider claimed.