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Stable, affordable connectivity your business can depend on To stay competitive, today's businesses require constant connectivity, powerful performance, and flexibility for future growth. As game changers like cloud computing and workforce mobility become ever more crucial to productivity, so do the internet services needed to make it all possible. With reliable uptime on our fibre backbone, you can rest assured knowing that we back our network availability and performance with service level agreements that offer compensation. Keep your employees connected and collaborating while potentially saving thousands in revenue. You'll also get the speed and bandwidth necessary to enable cost-saving cloud applications, and be able to seamlessly scale up your services.

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