Factors to Consider While Choosing The Internet Provider

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"Get confused about choosing best internet provider for your business? Know these important factors to be considered while choosing the internet provider plans. Learn about how to determine which technology is suitable for your business, the best internet speed to fulfill your business needs, and other factors such as, cost, availability, offers, technical support etc. Triple play is a single platform where you get information on top internet providers in your area & the latest price and offers provided by them. Our expert technical staff is more than happy to assist you with choosing the best internet plans for your business. "

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FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING AN INTERNET PROVIDER W W W . T H E T R I P L E P L A Y . N E T The Triple Play

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HOW TO CHOOSE AN INTERNET PROVIDER S e r v i c e r e l i a b i l i t y D a t a S e c u r i t y N e t w o r k r e d u n d a n c y I S P s r e p u t a t i o n A v a i l a b i l i t y L o c a t i o n

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W H A T T Y P E S O F C O N N E C T I O N S A R E A V A I L A B L E DSL CABLE FIBER DIAL UP CABLE SATELLITE

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DSL: DSL uses traditional telephone lines can be perfectly functional for a small shop with only a few employees however and it’s relatively cheap. Cable: Data is transmitted through coaxial cable TV lines which are pretty much everywhere. Cable speeds are impressive but they’re impeded greatly if nearby businesses and homes are online at the same time. Satellite: Satellite is available wherever there’s sky but can barely match DSL speeds not as reliable as a grounded connection and can be more expensive than cable internet. Fiber: Fiber-optic internet transmits data as pulses of light through microscopic glass or plastic strands with no outside electromagnetic interference—it’s the fastest and oldest connection type.

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W H A T A R E Y O U R B U S I N E S S ’ S I N T E R N E T S P E E D N E E D S 15 –25 Mbps 50 –75 Mbps 75 –100 Mbps 150 –500 Mbps 25 –50 Mbps 100 –150 Mbps

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15 –25 Mbps: If you’re running a small operation of one or two employees conducting basic internet business via web browsing and email with light file transferring speeds of 15 to 25 Mbps will suffice. 25 –50 Mbps: A five-person office could conduct large file transfers and point-of-sale transactions more easily within the speed range of 25 to 50 Mbps. 50 –75 Mbps: Multiple employees would be able to collaborate online with fewer glitches at 50 to 75 Mbps which is helpful for remote workers. 75 –100 Mbps: Best for businesses with a lower double-digit employee count and can also handle heavy audio and video streaming communications 100 –150 Mbps: Good for accommodating more internet demand—such as web hosting e-commerce and increased data usage—and more personnel. 150 –500 Mbps: Achieve all of the above and accommodate increasing employee counts and data demands.

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Data caps: Aware of the data caps on accounts and the extra charge ISPs can charge you or simply throttle down your bandwidth—when you exceed that limit. Contract length: Know the contract period of your ISP plans and early termination fees and free trial periods to try out an ISP. Net neutrality: With the effect of net neutrality rule ISPs may sell more speed to the highest bidders while constricting competitors. Availability: Make sure the ISP service is available in your area. Use www.getprovider.com to check the connection availability using zipcode. Add-ons special features: Aware of the deals promotional offers by ISPs . Compare the internet plans and choose best internet provider deals to get best prices.

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CUSTOMER SERVICE TECHNICAL SUPPORT A 24/7 tech support from your ISP helps you rest and work easier . Make Sure ISP’s “always-available” phone or chat assistance is live

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