BIS review of Business Broadband - Call for Evidence

Posted on 18/05/2016

BIS has published its Call for Evidence into the current state of Business BroadbandResponses are sought from Businesses and Communication Providers, you may wish to input from both perspectives, but here are the questions asked of CPs:

What business specific products do you offer and where are they geographically available? What other products are commonly used by businesses?

What are the price/service levels of the packages offered?

What are the levels of customer satisfaction for the products/services you offer? Have you received any feedback from business customers?

What are the trends in levels of product take-up? It would be helpful if you could consider the relative popularity of leased lines and other broadband products, and how these are changing over time.

What more can Government do to support businesses in getting the broadband services they need

 

Please do make sure you let the Government know what they can do you help you! You have until 9th June 2016.

Cathy Gerosa

cgerosa@fcs.org.uk

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