BT brings fiber broadband to the business user

Having set an aggressive timeline for its Fiber to the X plans for residential users, BT is now turning its attention to the business user.

With a starting price of about $49 a month and a 24-month contract, BT Business Total Broadband Fibre service, will offer business customers 40 Mbps with 2 Mbps upload speeds. Customers that have higher bandwidth needs can choose the 'Plus' version with upload speeds of up to 10 Mbps for about $73 a month.

But if you're not thrilled about making a 24-month commitment, you can purchase a 12-month version of the either the basic service for $57 or $80 for the 'Plus' package. BT is confident that the 10 Mbps package could be attractive for SMBs that are expanding their web presence.

"Twenty-eight percent of businesses are already using faster broadband to expand their website capabilities, and another 25 percent are using it to drive more processes online and employ more bandwidth-hungry technology, according to our research last year," BT managing director Nigel Stagg said in a statement.

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