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Some input for the biz refresh.

Grafter
Posts: 226
Registered: ‎22-08-2008

Some input for the biz refresh.

1. ipv6, obviously we should see support for all packages anyway but its something that the biz side will need maybe sooner than the residential side.
2. Modem router, can we see a basic one (ipv6) and one with voip features !
3. FTTC/H again the vdsl2 and fibre rollout will be a very important time for businesses and its something again that needs a different approach than with with the consumer packages.
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Anonymous
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Re: Some input for the biz refresh.

Thanks for the feedback, taras. I'll make sure this is passed on.
Quote from: taras
3. FTTC/H again the vdsl2 and fibre rollout will be a very important time for businesses and its something again that needs a different approach than with with the consumer packages.

Could you elaborate on this? I don't disagree that we'd need to consider a different approach but what exactly were you thinking?
Grafter
Posts: 226
Registered: ‎22-08-2008

Re: Some input for the biz refresh.

Well usage, QoS, which would mean the standard vpn, voip, streaming etc of course that would depend on your target market . Remember that long term fttp will cause some bt customers to go from the legacy products(sdsl and ethernet products) to fttp, which in reality is a good thing but will mean suitable products.
The router situation is something that needs to be addressed and a seperate kick up the bum to technicolor to sort out their router web interface
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Re: Some input for the biz refresh.

Router interfaces are customisable, so additional information of what you think would be useful would be very handy indeed.
Kelly Dorset
Broadband Service Manager