The way that customers call non geographic numbers is changing due to new Ofcom regulations. The services that consumers receive when calling non geographic numbers beginning 050,08,09,116 and 118 has been reviewed by Ofcom and they have implemented a number of significant changes to take effect from the 26th June 2015.
Openreach, a subsidiary of BT Group, who have been supplying the Ethernet Access Direct to UK communications providers since 2009 will now use a range of products to support the digital networking needs of the business sector from networking giant Ciena.
Ofcom has announced that from October 1st people in the Brighton dialling code area (01273) will need to dial the area code as well as the number they are calling in order to be connected to a number in the same area.
Government funding is available for installation or upgrade fees for businesses to gain super fast broadband lines and join the SuperConnected Cities scheme
Allowing businesses to upgrade their internet connectivity, for example you could; upgrade your ADSL line to Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) and benefit from 80mbps download speeds and 20mbps upload speeds, or upgrade from FTTC you could install a company dedicated internet lease line with up to 1 gigabit download speeds.