Thus has unveiled what it claims is the first packaged offering to deliver uncontended DSL broadband internet access for businesses.
The company said it has allocated 20 times more backbone network capacity per Demon Premier Express Gold customer than standard ADSL services.
The service is available to customers based within 3.5km of any ADSL-enabled exchanges across the UK.
Thus said the service will deliver cost savings compared to high-capacity leased lines, and an affordable upgrade path from ISDN.
A 2Mbps Demon Premier Express Gold service is currently available from Thus for £7,200 a year. An equivalent 2Mbps leased line would cost a business roughly £14,000 a year.
Phil Male, chief operating officer at Thus, said: "For larger organisations, the need for a more cost-effective alternative to their existing 2Mbps leased lines is the main reason for switching to broadband.
"Demon Express Gold is ideal for those businesses who want a higher quality service than standard ADSL but don't quite require the added expense and resilience of an internet leased line."
Male added that service providers 'overbook' backbone network capacity in the same the way the airline industry overbooks seats on flights, and that Thus had realised this would not be acceptable to high-end business users.
"As more and more users compete for scarce backbone capacity some customers will see a slow degradation in the speed of standard ADSL connections," he said.
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