O2 is the youngest operator to update its SMB tariffs to accommodate the need for flexibility during the coronavirus pandemic.
The operator says small businesses can customize their packages to suit their needs and make changes if necessary.
Customers can choose from a range of contract lengths, from a 30-day rolling contract to a three-year commitment. Unused data is automatically rolled over for the following month while customers can scale after each billing cycle.
Companies can also add collaboration and security tools like Microsoft Office 365, McAfee, and Sophos to their plan.
“It is important to us that our business customers have plans that meet their specific needs. That̵
“We understand that every company is unique, and we all know that companies need flexibility more than ever in the current climate. With each bespoke package, small and medium-sized businesses have full control over their usage, including our new automatic data rollover to ensure customers don’t miss anything by losing data they’ve already paid for. “
Earlier this week, Virgin Media expanded its small business and home office portfolio with the introduction of converged networking products. With a 4G dongle, customer routers can automatically switch to a cellular network if there is a problem with the fixed connection.
In the meantime, both BT and Vodafone are offering customers the option of purchasing a second broadband line for their business activities.