It’s a Monday morning, you’ve just had a busy Memorial Day weekend with your family. You come into your office with a full inbox and a dozen tasks that need to be taken care of as soon as possible. You crack open your laptop and begin to answer emails when all the sudden one of the emails you click on doesn’t open. You click on the next email and it’s the same story. You refresh your web browser and then this pops up:
You know this screen, don’t you? This tiny dinosaur has laughed in your face many times, mocking you for your poor internet connection. “Copper wires are for suckers,” it roars through your monitor.
It’s a tale as old as time, which is probably why Chrome uses an extinct reptile to break the bad news to you. It’s like they are saying, “Hey Jim, are you still having Internet outages? What is it, the Cretaceous Period? Here is a dinosaur game to distract you from the fact that you are going to be fired if you don’t answer these emails on time.”
We’ve all been there before, right?
If you currently run a business, there is a good chance your business would not operate functionally, or at all, without the Internet. Chances are, you spend your entire workday on the internet, so why on earth would you choose an Internet provider who has consistent outages?
I have personally narrowed it down to 3 things:
1. Switching internet providers is a pain. Often it can be extremely lengthy and tedious. You are usually dealing with disgruntled customer service people who aren’t treated well at their companies and are taking it out on you.
2. You are getting a “deal”. Sure, for $45 per month you can deal with the occasional outage, after all, you have been getting pretty good at that dinosaur game. But the truth is, the reason your Internet is so cheap is that it is exactly that, it’s cheap. Your bandwidth is not nearly what you were promised and is more likely than not being sucked dry by your co-worker who is downloading Zoolander 2 onto his apple watch.
3. Your internet came as a package, along with your phone services. And just switching to another company would make things more complicated.
I can’t begin to tell you how many times I have heard these excuses people have made for their unreliable Internet. Well, I am here to tell you that it’s time to stop apologizing for your terrible Internet. Being in control of your business means controlling your operations, and the only way to do this effectively is if you are working with the best tools available to you.
This is where Fatbeam comes in.
Fatbeam offers fast and flexible fiber optics, guaranteed bandwidth, synchronous speeds, and high throughput. With Dedicated Internet Access (DIA), you get the bandwidth you purchase, 100% of the time, all for one fair, fixed price. You can upload just as fast as you can download while keeping your traffic on our high-capacity backbone network with zero oversubscription.
Here is what one of our customers from Tomlinson Sotheby’s had to say about us, “By switching to Fatbeam our internet went from 10 mps/12 mps on a good day to on average 188mbps/429.60mbps. This significant difference has allowed us to upload higher quality photos and videos for our Clients listings. It’s taken a fraction of the time it used to take us. We are very pleased with their customer services as well.”
We know that switching who you get your internet from can be a pain, but wouldn’t it be great if you never had to see that little dinosaur again? Give us a call, we would love to hear about your network needs and find a reliable fiber-based solution that will make your business run more smoothly than ever before.
About Fatbeam: At Fatbeam, we are a business-to-business provider of reliable fiber-based network solutions to enterprise, healthcare, government, and education customers looking to accelerate their growth in the Western US.
We believe in giving our customers the peace of mind to concentrate on their operations by providing a superior product at the right price to meet their needs now and in the future.