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How the Gigabit Voucher Scheme works
Why get a Dedicated Internet Connection with this scheme?
You’ll benefit from speeds of between 100 Mbps to 1Gbps (or 1,000 Mbps) – compare this to the average UK standard broadband speed which is just 11Mbps
It is crucial for supporting effective remote working, data back-up and Cloud-connection, which assists everything from applications to hosted telephony
It’s highly scalable, reliable and quick, meaning you can provide exceptional customer service by reducing delays and downtime in high-traffic periods
It will help boost productivity amongst employees by reducing lag time and providing them with a connection they can rely on
Copper phone lines (used within standard broadband/ADSL connections) will soon become outdated – the DCMS plans to connect the whole of the UK with full-fibre broadband by 2033 as part of the government’s £200 million investment plan
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What's the scheme all about?
The Gigabit Voucher scheme has been launched by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) as part of its Local Full Fibre Networks Programme.
As an approved Government partner, TalkTalk Business Direct is able to work with you to find out if you’re eligible and then carry out all the hard work to help you claim your voucher.
How to apply for the Gigabit Voucher Scheme
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If you haven’t already tried it
Why not also get in touch about moving your business phones to the cloud? TalkTalk Business offers a great range of IP voice solutions, including hosted voice, which allows you to replace existing landlines with a Cloud-based phone line.
Cloud-based phone lines route calls over the internet which has a number of benefits including:
- Enabling flexible working Low upfront costs
- Being scalable and managed, it can grow with your business
- It’s a simple solution, which only requires telephone headsets or softphones