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BT Business Broadband

Why choose BT Business?

  • Unlimited Wi-Fi Minutes
  • Free 24/7 technical support
  • BT Business Smart Hub Included
  • Free BT Sport App with specific packages

Business: Unlimited Infinity + line rental

£31.95 p/m for 24 months
£8.50 setup costs, 24 month contract

Discounted Infinity Pricing
  • Discounted Pricing - Use voucher code: FIBDEAL18
  • Free BT Sport App Included!
  • Access to 5 million BT WiFi hotspots

Is BT Broadband the business?

Whether you're running a charming little café where you need to send a few emails, or a huge office of video conference enthusiasts, BT ( has broadband and phone line options tailored for you. There's broadband-only, line rental only, or a bundle of the two - and they've all got some pretty good features to offer. Let's take a look.

BT Business broadband

For business broadband from BT, you have a lot of options to choose from. And if your business outgrows your connection, you can upgrade at any point.

  • BT Broadband - Up to 17Mb download and 1Mb upload speeds, and a download limit of 10GB per month. Ideal for small businesses that need reliable internet for managing email and a bit of browsing.
  • BT Unlimited Broadband - Up to 17Mb download and 1Mb upload speeds, and unlimited downloads. Again, works for smaller businesses or ones that don't rely on the internet, to give you a stable broadband connection where you can browse and download and much as you need.
  • BT Premium Broadband - Up to 17Mb download and 1Mb upload speeds, unlimited downloads, PC Support, and Microsoft Office 365 Business Essentials subscription. PC Support gives you extra personalised tech support for your computer, and Microsoft Office is a business essential.
  • BT Infinity - Fibre optic broadband, with up to 38Mb download and 9.5Mb upload speeds, and a monthly download limit of 50GB. Perfect for businesses that need a superfast, reliable connection, but don't need to download lots of big files or connect many people.
  • BT Unlimited Infinity - Fibre optic, with up to 38Mb download and 9.5Mb upload speeds, and unlimited downloads. Great for businesses that need to be online a lot, with the reassurance that your connection won't cut out in the middle of a video conference.
  • BT Premium Infinity - BT's fastest fibre optic broadband, with up to 76Mb download and 19Mb upload speeds, unlimited downloads, PC Support, and Microsoft Office 365 Business Essentials subscription. Wonderfully fast and perfect for connecting lots of people, using cloud-based software, and downloading and uploading large files.

Each option is available either as broadband-only - though you'll still need an active phone line - or bundled in with line rental.

You'll get a bunch of useful extras chucked in as well: 24/7 support (with the more personalised PC Support if you go for a Premium option), a BT Hub router, up to 10 email addresses, and free access to public Wi-Fi hotspots around the country so you and your staff can get work done from anywhere.

There's also the option for a static IP address. This means the address you use to connect to the internet will be fixed and permanent, and is essential for connecting remotely, setting up a VPN, running a website, or running CCTV off your network.

Bear in mind that BT Infinity isn't available everywhere - use our postcode checker to see the options for your area.

BT Business line rental

Good old line rental is made just that bit better by BT, with all the features you need to run your business. Packages are available either on their own or with broadband. The options are:

  • Value - A basic BT phone line, with pay-as-you-go minutes, two working day fault fix, and two phone features.
  • Standard - Phone line with 100 monthly minutes, one working day fault fix, and two phone features.
  • Featureline - Phone line with 100 monthly calling minutes, one working day fault fix, and 14 phone features.

All are offered on 12 or 24 month contracts, apart from Featureline which has 12, 36, or 60 month contracts. 24/7/365 help and support comes as standard with all contracts, to give you help when you need it and to get faults fixed.

And don't forget about all those calling features. Some come as standard with each plan, and you can add more - including call diversion, call waiting, call transfer, three way calling, caller display, and more. With Featureline, however, you get all those included, along with some extras - like hunt group numbers, code calling, and call return.

For more comprehensive voice services, BT also offers business phone numbers, ISDN, payphones, and advanced conferencing tools.

Other BT Business services

BTnet Leased Line

If you run a large business with lots of people online, or if strong internet is critical, BT can also give you a leased line. This means you'll rent an entire line, so your broadband connection isn't shared with anyone else - making it more reliable and much, much faster.

The upload and download speeds are symmetrical, and range from 2Mb up to a whopping 10Gb.

BT IP Communications

Another service BT offers businesses is IP Communications - a VoIP (voice over IP) system, or cloud-based call routing. Rather than a traditional landline, this converts your calls into data and sends them over the internet. It's more secure, more reliable, and even allows for better quality calls. Read more about VoIP.

From BT Business you'll also find mobile plans, networking hardware options, cloud-based services, servers, datacentres, security, and more.

What's good about BT Business?

  • Lots of flexible choices, options, and features to suit all businesses
  • Very wide availability
  • BT Infinity broadband is superfast, and leased lines can be even faster
  • 100 inclusive minutes to UK landlines per month for every line in your call plan
  • Free access to public Wi-Fi hotspots, so you can work from pretty much anywhere
  • 24/7 tech support, care, and maintenance from BT
  • Microsoft Office 365 Business Essentials included with Premium broadband
  • No web traffic management - BT won't slow your connection, even at peak times
  • BT Smart Hub router included

What's bad about BT business?

  • More expensive than some other providers - all those features don't come cheap
  • BT Infinity not available everywhere - use our postcode checker to see if you can get it in your area
  • Basic broadband packages only have small monthly download limits
  • 24 month phone line contract is needed to get a lot of calling features

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is business broadband?

    Business broadband packages are designed to cater for workplaces, including offices, rather than homes. They are typically tailored to support multiple users, and offer additional features such as inclusive website domain names, email accounts, static IP addresses, comprehensive technical support, and more.

    Compare business broadband packages here

  2. What do I need from business broadband?

    Every company is unique, and every company will likely need slightly different things from their broadband. There are, however, a few constants that are likely to benefit any type of business:

    • Speed - A dawdling connection will cost you time, money and likely cause widespread annoyance to boot. Check both average download speeds (how long it takes to retrieve data from the web) and average upload speeds (how fast it is send information from your computers over the web) when researching packages.
    • Unlimited usage - In business, you don’t want to be held back by how much you can download. Fortunately, most business broadband providers offer unlimited downloads.
    • Technical support - Many business broadband packages offer comprehensive technical support, so you can get advice, and have things up and running as soon as possible.

    You can compare business broadband packages here.

  3. Can I use a home broadband connection for my business?

    If you have a home office, work as a sole trader, or work freelance, you may find that a home broadband package is adequate for your needs. The important thing is to consider how you’ll use it and the impact that will have. If you’re using your connection for business as well as your family’s personal use, for example, what will this mean for speeds or download limits?

    On the other hand, some kinds of business will need the special features offered by a business package. An email server will need a static IP address, for example.

  4. Can I have a second phone line installed?

    Yes, it's possible to get a second phone line installed into a property. There are many reasons you might want to do this - getting a business-specific line, or splitting your property into flats or rented rooms, for example.

    The cost of fitting a second line will vary depending on who your provider is, and you may have to wait a few days until an engineer is available to do the work. Contact the provider for more information.