It’s easy to let your contract continue as is, but it won’t benefit your business. The importance of renegotiating is often overlooked, resulting in higher bills and slower speeds.
The automatic rollover means you’re less likely to look closely at your internet contract. You may wonder why you should put in time on the phone renegotiating your internet contract when you can get the same price this year as you did last year. The answer is that you can get a better deal, faster internet for a better price.
New Deals and packages
The companies selling these plans need to stay competitive. To do so they often offer new deals and packages. It’s always a good idea to look at your current speed and see if you can get a cheaper deal with higher speeds. A business shouldn’t have anything less than 25 mbps.
Often, businesses will allow the previous internet plan to rollover, continuing this trend for years. As a result, they continue to pay the original bill, sometimes upwards of 300 dollars a year, for a slow speed service like DSL, when a new plan with high speed internet would cost them just 120 dollars a year.
Call us if you need help determining whether or not your plan is outdated.