If you work on a construction site, you’ll appreciate the need for a fast, reliable on-site Internet connection. Our Continuum solution provides superfast, resilient connectivity for 50+ users from day one. It’s a fool-proof construction site internet solution compared with single 4G connections and long lead-time fixed lines, and helps your company meet its business objectives.
Below, we set out the five easy steps to using the Continuum solution on your construction site.
5 Easy Steps to Better Construction Site Internet
Don’t Just Take Our Word For It
We work with some of Europe’s largest construction companies and smaller UK-based construction businesses to provide Internet connectivity on their construction sites.
Morrison Utility Services, a part of MGroup Services, are a leading infrastructure services company. They often work in locations where there is no fixed line connectivity but need a way for their site workers to connect to the Internet for communications and to access key information. They use the Continuum solution to provide on-site connectivity when this problem arises.
“Not only did we need a solution that would work effectively in different environments, but a team who fully understood our requirements. Comms365 ticked all the boxes”
How Comms365 can help
Our award-winning secure solution, Continuum, is a fully portable box of office communications. It doesn’t need to be tuned on-site, so there’s no need for an on-site technician. The equipment is monitored and tuned remotely by our engineers, making it a simple plug and play solution.
Ready to take the first step? Book a demo, call us on 01234 865880 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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