Claranet has upgraded its Mobile Broadband offering with new data tariffs, data plans of up to 50GB, to meet the growing demand for mobile as the primary form of connectivity.
The mobile connectivity can be deployed as a primary connection for a site or utilised as a backup connection for when a fixed line services fail. The mobile broadband service can directly integrate into MPLS networks, enabling new sites to be easily and quickly incorporated with corporate networks, removing the need for additional firewalls, hardware or licenses.
Dave Palmer, Head of Network Design at Claranet, commented: “With these upgrades we’re now able to offer much more flexibility to our customers who have higher data usage requirements, helping them to get new sites and staff connected to high-speed connectivity services quickly and easily, where ever they are. This is of particular benefit to industries with short deployment lead times, such as retail and construction, enabling them to start on-boarding, transacting, and carrying out digital processes at new locations sooner.
“In addition, the larger tariffs make our mobile broadband service a much more compelling and cost effective back-up solution, when compared to ADSL, FTTC and Ethernet. Should the primary line go down, our mobile broadband kicks in to gear immediately, giving our customer peace of mind that they can keep their businesses running no matter what,” he concluded.
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