What is no monthly contract broadband?

Quite simply, this is a broadband service that does not tie you into a contract and regular monthly payment to which you are committed for a fixed period. The appeal of having is no contract in place is that you have the freedom to switch providers anytime you wish. There won’t be any cancellation fee either, in contrast to a contracted service.

The main drawback of a non-contract option for businesses is that it might not be at all suited to your specific needs. It may also cost a little more than comparable broadband contract services, and it won’t get set up any faster than a comparable contracted option. An engineer will still need to visit the local junction box and probably the premises where the broadband is going to be used.

Toople PLC (LON:TOOP) offers business broadband, fiber, Ethernet first mile and Ethernet data, business mobile phones, cloud PBX and SIP Trunking, and traditional services. Toople works with the big players in the market such as Vodafone & BT. 

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