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How to Choose an Internet Service Provider for Your Business The performance of the Internet at your business can substantially affect productivity, and in this day and age, the Internet is a central component of any business.Poor internet performance compromises indispensable services such as virtual cloud hosting, cloud storage, cloud email, etc.Deciding on an Internet Service Provider (ISP) is critical, and it’s a must to examine your business’s needs and budget before you make a choice.To start you off, below are some helpful considerations: Speed Your chief concern is the download speed, except if you’re thinking of doing a lot of video conferencing, streaming and gaming.Upload and download speeds vary, depending on what plan you select.The bigger your business and number of users, the faster you need your line speed to be.
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Contention ration is basically a term for sharing or to compete for something.In the simplest terms, it is simply the most number of people you have to share your connection infrastructure with.If there are 50 people downloading at once, then your download speeds will reduce.Certainly, you’ll want the best contention ratio in the area. Data Maximum Limits There are some ISPs that put a monthly “cap” on the volume of data you can download.Actually, majority of ISPs do, so you do need to ask, and if they do, know the difference between a hard cap and a soft cap.You can, for instance, subscribe to an “uncapped” service which actually has a cap of 200Gb’s, then you may experience a bottleneck in connectivity as that limit is reached, but this still depends on what package you’ve chosen. Fair Usage Policy (FU) A Fair Usage Policy is designed to prevent users from abusing bandwidth in a certain area.Everybody fights for bandwidth (Contention Ratio) so ISPs have implemented a policy that affects such connections, using high bandwidth and compromising the general Internet performance for people sharing the same infrastructure, and apply restrictions on the line in question. Customer Service Level, Availability and Quality Ask them about the service level they provide, hours you can call for customer service, and response times. Extra Costs There are providers that make you pay a monthly rent to use their router, while other companies will provide it as part of their service package. This is usually a hidden cost, be sure to ask. Price per Mbps Determine the line speed and total cost advertised by the ISP, then divide the cost by the speed. That’s going to be your cost per Mbps, and you can consider that when you finally decide on an ISP. When you talk about high-speed Internet, many providers will promise you the world but provide something totally different. Always do your homework, and never ever decide on price alone.