VoIP advantage from demand for super-fast broadband

VoIP communications can improve as a result of plans to accept super-fast business broadband. The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has published a 90 day business growth agenda, which calls for the incoming government to deliver a direct plan for next-generation business broadband by 2040.super-fast broadbandThe advanced technology would result in extra reliable and higher quality VoIP communication, as the industry would grow markedly as a direct result.

David Frost, director general of the BCC, said: "Through the first 90 days after an election, an incoming Government must make concrete suggestion to commit to improving Britain's energy, transport and digital infrastructure."

The demand for super-fast broadband is part of a 12-point plan, which the BCC claims will help continue the economic revival by giving businesses additional freedom and support. Other proposal includes cancelling the planned employer national insurance rise in full and freezing the public sector pay bill.