As buyers of products, be it business or personal, we are inundated with product and company claims. We have heard it all again and again: the best, the most preferred, the number one, the fastest, the most superior, etc. All too often as we try to navigate through all the hoopla, we find that so many of these statements are nothing more than empty promises. As buyers, we think that if we spend a little more time, and dive deeper into the messaging, we’ll find some tangible proof that substantiates these claims. But all too often, we find ourselves making a purchase decision void of enough meaningful and accurate data.
When it comes to business Internet services, the desire for valid and meaningful data is paramount to decision making. Reliability, speed and throughput of your high speed Internet are all crucial to your business success. Broadband network performance stats like uptime, latency, and packet loss are key indicators of an Internet Service Provider’s service quality. ISPs that are committed to service quality stand behind their claims with SLAs (Service Level Agreements), and Broadband Customer Assurance Guarantees. Always examined the claims and documentation before selecting an Internet provider.
If you’re in the process of looking for high quality business broadband, our service is optimized for robust business applications. 99.99% uptime, ≤40 ms latency, and 99.5% packet delivery, are but a few of the data points that substantiates our broadband service’s premium performance.
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