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arrumac
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Is working from home on a residential line a break of T&C's?

Is working from home on a residential line a break of T&C's?

This is what the TnC's say which is a little ambiguous as it could be read you cant host a business, but I dont know.

"You must not use the service for commercial or business purposes unless we have given you permission to do so. If we find that you are using the service for business or commercial purposes we reserve the right to limit or terminate the service immediately."

Large employers such as mine no longer supply business boradband so is it within the T&C's to regularly use my own residential line for work?

Goben th eweather mose peopel are working form home if they can i bet.

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Sage
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Re: Is working from home on a residential line a break of T&C's?

No as it is not your business.

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Distinguished Sage
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Re: Is working from home on a residential line a break of T&C's?

Lots of people work from home.

Provided that you are not registered as a business, then you will be fine.

If you were running an online business from home, then you would be in breach of the T&Cs.

I an not sure why large companies have stopped providing broadband for employees that work from home 100% of the time, as home is technically their workplace.

These business broadband lines used to be shown under the company name, followed by "Residence of Mr/Mrs  (persons name)"

 

 

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