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About Zen Internet

Zen Internet, an independent Internet Service Provider (ISP), has been delivering services to business and residential users in the UK since 1995. Led by founder and Managing Director Richard Tang, Zen's mission is to provide the best ISP service in the UK and is committed to investing in the latest technologies and providing high levels of service, support and reliability.

Doing SIP Trunking right

SIP Trunking can be a fantastic service, but only if it’s done right. For us at Zen, it all comes down to 5 things: Bandwidth, Compression, Quality of Service, Interoperability and the Platform. We work hard to get all five … Continue reading…

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Honesty, transparency and education: Zen’s channel approach

Daunted by the challenges of a changing connectivity landscape? Zen and its enhanced Partner Programme can help. The channel faces a range of challenges as a result of huge transformations in the connectivity landscape and changing customer demands, a roundtable … Continue reading…

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The first £2800 of Excess Construction Charges now waived

Zen Internet now waives the first £2,800 of Excess Construction Charges (ECCs) on any leased line order. For many businesses, Internet access is now mission-critical. Many businesses demand a tough, resilient Internet connection, with guaranteed download and upload speeds, and … Continue reading…

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Not just basic Fibre Broadband, but the finest

The UK is currently going through a fibre optic broadband revolution. Over 93 per cent of the UK should have coverage by the end of 2015. Over the next few years, we can expect to see a steady migration from ADSL services … Continue reading…

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The shift towards convergence and cloud-based services

The shifts towards convergence and cloud-based services mark a huge opportunity for everyone. More and more business are becoming aware of the benefits of getting voice and data services in one package, and of moving applications and services to the … Continue reading…

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No throttling, no squeezing: The Zen approach to Traffic Management

At Zen, we feel strongly that ISPs should come clean with their customers. As some larger ISPs focus on promoting higher and higher speeds at lower and lower prices, there’s a tendency to hide caveats behind the headline figures, using … Continue reading…

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Introducing our new Premium Fibre Optic Broadband Service

For most of us, an internet connection means a traditional copper broadband service, or increasingly over the past few years, fibre broadband. But for a comparative few, typically users in larger businesses, internet connectivity would probably mean some type of … Continue reading…

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Betting big on a super-fast boom – Richard Tang’s personal view

As demand soars, we’ll continue building a network that puts super-fast broadband in everyone’s reach At Zen, we’re betting heavily on a super-fast broadband boom. By 2016 it is likely that over 95% of UK homes and business premises will … Continue reading…

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An explosion in Cloud Computing

It’s understandable that, at a time when businesses of all sizes face real challenges, price has become a key differentiator between different access services and providers. We’re all doing our best to cut costs, streamline processes and drag whatever efficiencies … Continue reading…

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Business Telephony: The Past, Present and Future

Caught between legacy technologies and a brighter IP-based future, the business telephony market can be a confusing place right now. On the one hand, there has never been so much choice, or so much opportunity to cut costs and make … Continue reading…

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