Why does the price change depending on where the service is provided?

We can supply broadband to all parts of the UK but the cost may be higher for a small amount of our customers
depending on where they live in the UK.

This is because it costs us more to provide broadband in certain areas.

We call these areas non-low cost areas (also known as Market A), which constitute about 10% of the UK.
The other 90% constitutes low cost areas (also known as Market B).

Please note: Business-Broadband.net reserves the right to reclassify non-low cost areas to low cost areas at its discretion;
But it shall not reclassify a low cost area as a non-low cost area unless required to do so under UK law.