On top of that, BT constantly monitors the performance to identify and remotely fix any issues with a customer’s connection should it occur and has a team of 3,000 security experts worldwide that monitor the network to keep connections safe.
This Dedicated Connection is also not just for BT customers as those with rival suppliers, such as Sky or Virgin Media, can also take advantage. It certainly sounds like a popular concept but it doesn’t come cheap. Although BT won’t charge a penny to install, the monthly price is £49.99 based on a two year contract. If you’re not a BT customer then that costs jumps to a hefty £59.99.
You will, of course, still have to pay for your existing connection so this could leave you with a monthly broadband bill of over £70. However, there’s clearly a market for two broadband lines and it may help those who are working remotely for the foreseeable future.
Published at Fri, 12 Jun 2020 05:27:00 +0000