(PRWeb UK) July 19, 2010
New Internet royalty Jomble cemented their claim to the business broadband throne today by confirming the list of features on their standard broadband for business package. It’s a pretty impressive affair, spanning contract lengths, email accounts, domain names, dedicated server hosting and enormous down and upload speeds.
The old guard of business broadband providers have fallen out of favour recently as their inherent dishonesty in their long contract policies has been thrown into sharp relief. Jomble offer what they claim (and rightfully so, it would appear) is the best business broadband contract in the UK – one month long, automatically renewed with any current benefits thrown in, unless a customer asks to have their rolling commitment stopped. That’s a stark contrast to other broadband for business concerns, who like to pin their clients into enormous contract lengths – lengths that, by default, prevent them not only from going to another provider, but even from taking advantage of any benefits their current provider may invent in the future, that weren’t written into their original contract.
Score one, then, for Jomble. Score two comes with their astonishingly huge up and download speeds, which are more or less guaranteed by their commitment to restricting traffic volumes on dedicated parts of their business broadband network. Jomble’s claim to be the best business broadband supplier in the UK is further strengthened when you look at the figures: 24MB/ps downloading (that’s 24 meg per second, which is faster than a Lamborghini); and 1.3 MB/ps upload. Compare that to some of the average figures coming out of traffic-heavy, combined business and residential supplies (like BT) and the difference is terrifying.
The same thing happens across the board of Jomble’s feature-laden premium business broadband service. One glove fits all, which is to say that every Jomble customer, for a flat monthly fee of only £40, receives the same wealth of benefits – and in every case, those benefits knock the socks off of traditional communications packages. There’s a monumental 60GB per month usage allowance, which takes care of most business requirements over an order of magnitude; 50 included email accounts; and a UK support team. That UK support team answers one of the recurring complaints levied at most business broadband providers (not to mention everyone else in business service industries) – support desks outsourced to other countries, where queries deviating from a pre-written script cannot be dealt with properly.
It’s all about downsizing in order to give better service. Jomble have cut the residential market out of their supply, offering dedicated business broadband and nothing else; they’ve knocked down contract length to ensure that their customers are happy; and they’re restricted the number of their own users allowed in any one part of their network at any one time to keep their average connection speeds up. That’s a commitment to broadband for business that no-one else seems able to match. For the time being, then, Jomble is king.