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BT Business Total Broadband

Overview: The delivery of excellent service is important to us and it’s this commitment that makes BT Business Total Broadband1 a truly efficient and reliable broadband service. Total Broadband Option 3 includes Mobile Broadband as standard for a fixed monthly fee from £302 making it the complete broadband service for your business. While Option 1 sees our great Total Broadband service fixed at an outstanding £15 per month when you sign up for 24 months.3 Included with all options is a VoIP4 line, email and web space, and a free 0800 or 0844 number for the first year. So as well as superb service, you can be confident you’re getting great value too. And now, you could get up to 20Mb5 broadband speeds as we’re rolling out super-fast connections in various parts of the country. read more


 

Laurence Graff

Jewellery business insiders call British diamond merchant Graff the new Harry Winston. read more


 

Bruno Schroder and Family

Fourth-generation banker continues as a nonexecutive director of his family's financial-services company, Schroders. read more


 

Sir Adrian and Sir John Swire and Family

John Swire, the Hong Kong-based industrial empire, is busy cementing links with China and is involved in property developments worth £7.5 billion there. read more


 

John Whittaker

Whittaker, 67, emerged as a 4% shareholder in Land Securities, Britain's largest property group, last June, later upping that stake to 5.5%, worth £246m. read more


 

Clive Calder

Record-label tycoon started out playing in a band at age 18 to support his mother and sister after his father's death. He moved to London in 1975 and founded Zomba Recordings, whose crown jewel is Jive Records. read more


 

Eddie and Malcolm Healey

Eddie Healey, 71, turned a derelict site near Sheffield into the Meadowhall shopping centre, netting £420m when it was sold in 1999. read more


 

John Caudwell

Caudwell, 56, reckons the commercial property market is near the bottom, so he spent £80m in the last quarter of 2008 on properties in London and elsewhere. read more


 

Ian and Richard Livingstone

Ian, 46, and his brother Richard, 44, formed London & Regional Group Holdings in the early 1990s, buying distressed assets during the last commercial property crash. read more


 

Bernie Ecclestone

F1 is almost Ecclestone's creation and he has made his fortune from television rights and spin-offs. read more