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There are a few different types of broadband available. Think about what you need your broadband for, whether it‚Äôs just for home, your office or for on the move.
This is what most people get. As the name suggests, it‚Äôs broadband for your home. You can choose a bundle option, which will include internet, landline and digital TV.
Or you can just opt for an internet connection. You‚Äôll have the option to choose between internet speeds. If there are several people in your home using the internet heavily and frequently (for example, streaming entertainment of gaming), then a superfast (or even ultrafast) broadband speed could be the option for you.
If there‚Äôs just you or one other person in your home, and you have a light internet usage (for example, surfing the web and using email), then a standard ADSL broadband might be your best bet.
Usually, the faster the internet, the more expensive it will be.
Business broadband works similar to home broadband, but is usually faster and has better customer service features. Speedier than residential broadband, business broadband is necessary if you have several people working in an office. It allows for mass uploading to the web and high-quality video conferencing.
Business broadband also has better customer service features. The internet cutting out can mean money lost when you‚Äôre running a company. That‚Äôs why it‚Äôs essential to be able to communicate with your provider and get everything up and running smoothly again.
Mobile broadband differs from home and business broadband because you can take it around with you. Much like how data works on your phone, mobile broadband uses 3G and 4G services. It can be great for you if you‚Äôre always on the move (perhaps you travel for work), you need temporary broadband, or you live somewhere with a bad residential broadband connection.