Broadband service provider Bulldog has launched a new division to target home workers and small and medium sized businesses.
The division will offer what it calls 'Office-in-a-Box' consisting of broadband and voice with other, as yet unspecified, business-related products to be added next year.
Carlo Soresina, sales and marketing director at Bulldog, said: "There is a huge opportunity to support different types of businesses with value-add services which can easily be tailored to meet individual business needs."
Bulldog came under fire this summer when the BBC's Watchdog programme reported problems over billing, unconnected lines and poor customer service. Complaints eventually led to a formal investigation by telecoms regulator Ofcom.
Bulldog, which is owned by Cable & Wireless, was launched in 2000 as a specialist provider of broadband and phone services to consumers and businesses.
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