TalkTalk Business is gearing up to launch triple-play broadband deals for UK companies later in 2015, it has been claimed.
Charles Bligh, Managing Director at the firm, told TechWeekEurope that TalkTalk Business is planning to offer high-speed broadband alongside VoIP and 4G mobile services.
It hopes the converged communications packages will encourage more businesses to consider alternatives to BT's connectivity services.
"At the moment it’s a dysfunctional market," Mr Bligh told the news provider.
"For business broadband, BT has a 50-60 per cent market share. Unlike the consumer market where there’s four largely the same incumbents, there’s one large player who is charging a huge amount of money."
He claimed that TalkTalk is "probably the second-biggest service provider", with less than a ten per cent share of the market.
But with the prospect of broadband, landline and 4G mobile bundles later this year, TalkTalk Business will hope to increase its customer base.
The firm has signed a Mobile Virtual Network Operator agreement with O2, which will allow TalkTalk Business customers to use the firm's 4G network on the move.
Mr Bligh said this cost-effective deal for mobile services should help his company disrupt the market for business broadband bundles.