BT is offering its business customers a free service upgrade for the next month to tackle problems caused by the bad weather.
The premium service offers 24/7 fault reporting across lines, broadband and BT Mobile services.
If a problem is found, BT Business manages the fault repair, handles call diversion and replaces handsets.
BT Assurance Plus can also setup a personalised messaging service where calls are diverted to a personalised mailbox.
In extreme cases BT Business can provide a mobile office, including a mobile phone with airtime, fax machine, a 3G GPRS data card or a mobile GSM terminal.
"With over 1.2 million small and medium-sized enterprise customers in the UK, BT Business is concerned about the impact on the business community, particularly those in the worst affected regions of Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and the Midlands," a BT statement said.
"While the first priority is personal safety and safeguarding people's homes, BT Business has a team of service professionals on hand to offer support and advice to get IT and communication services back up and running as the clean-up operation begins."
BT Business customers who have a fault can call 0800 990088 and quote reference 'Extreme Weather Offer'.
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