Great value tariffs
We're rebuilding London's broadband from the fibre up and want everyone to access it. That's why we have a range of great value tariffs starting at just £22 per month.
Short lead times
If G.Network is already in your street, we can connect you with ease. We’ll contact you within 48 hours to book a survey and work directly with your landlord, if required, to get permission to install. Once we have that permission, we’ll book an installation.
We're confident that you'll love the feeling of 100% full fibre broadband which is why we have a 3 month guarantee. Not happy? You can leave at any time.*
SOHO and small businesses .
For small businesses we know how important it is to have reliable, affordable broadband that works for your business. With our full fibre tariffs we can supercharge your business and save you money at the same time
Large and enterprise businesses.
Our full fibre infrastructure can support large and enterprise businesses with even the most demanding connectivity needs. Our premium package has market leading SLAs, so you know we'll be working hard if you do experience any issues
With our premium full fibre package, we’ll aim to fix any issue within 5 hours of being notified as well as having a London based support team to help.
Resilient Fibre Network
Our network is brand new and entirely independent of any other company, including Openreach. That means that we can connect quickly and effectively to your premises to improve resilience and provide a secondary network.
Experience almost no delays with ultra low latency. We target less than 20ms for our network latency.
What is business broadband?
Broadband is just broadband, right? It connects you to the internet and that’s all you need.
Well, unsurprisingly, there’s a lot more to it than that, especially when it comes to making sure you’ve got the right package and support for your business broadband.
Business broadband means getting a package that is tailored to the needs of businesses of all different sizes, which can be very different to those of a regular home broadband user. It’s set up to deliver the service that is needed in workplaces like offices, where there can be hundreds of people using the internet at the same time.
What is the difference between home and business broadband?
Home broadband packages cater to casual internet users, enabling seamless activities such as streaming movies, online gaming, virtual meetings, and remote work.
Business broadband offers the necessary speed to ensure smooth data transfers, video conferencing, and document sharing among all team members. It also includes enhanced support and quicker issue resolution, which are crucial for maintaining high productivity levels in a business environment.
Do I need business broadband?
For small businesses and home-based entrepreneurs, while it might be tempting to cut costs with a standard home broadband plan, opting for a business broadband package offers enhanced customer service and a range of solutions to fit your business needs.
What is a Static IP address?
A static IP address is another essential part of a business broadband package. An Internet Protocol address is the number assigned to you when you go online and for home users it changes every time you go online, whereas a static one stays the same and is linked directly to your account.
Why does my business need this?
This is important for businesses because it means you can host your own web server for business files, websites and email accounts. It also makes it possible for staff to access applications and files remotely, something that became ever more essential since the start of the pandemic when remote working became part of all of our working lives.
Web hosting & email addresses
As mentioned above, a business broadband plan includes a static IP, which means that you can host files and websites on your own dedicated server as well as managing email accounts. For most businesses this is important to ensure that these crucial and sensitive elements are kept secure and can be managed internally.
Business voice (VOIP)
A VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is a phone system based in the cloud that comes as part of our business broadband packages. It’s a much more efficient and flexible system for business phone calls than the traditional PBX (Private Branch eXchange) system because you can take calls anywhere with less money and hassle spent on physical hardware and maintenance.
How many routers will I need for my office space?
Ensuring that all areas of your office space have high speed broadband access is crucial, that’s why we offer tariffs for all types of businesses including . We’ve all been in workspaces where there was at least one meeting room where you could never get a good signal. Our team can work with you during installation to advise how many routers you will need and where they can be located to provide the very best broadband service.
News and updates from the G.Networkers.
We’re working hard to rebuild London’s broadband from the fibre up. This means working with residents, businesses, property developers and the community to provide affordable, fast broadband for Londoners across the city.