What should small businesses look for when choosing an Internet Service Provider?
Reliability of the service. A proper internet provider should be able to use other means to deliver internet to you even if they are having infrastructural setbacks. Internet availability means business for you. It is better to have a relatively slow internet, but one that is always on.
To choose an Internet service provider, you must consider the coverage area of the ISP. Then look at their data bandwidth or limit, is it favorable to you; if you require lots of data, a 1gb data limit would not be enough. Lastly look at the cost but most importantly an ISP must be reliable in service.
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