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We help SMB companies who struggle with sourcing, buying and locating the best internet, voice and technology services to help their business run. Procurrence helps business owners understand what options they have for these products in the fastest, most cost-effective way possible allowing them to get back to the business of doing business.

The best-kept secret for small business owners to save money on High-Speed internet and telephone service.

Procurrence simplifies the search for the best Internet Service Provider (ISP) for your small business or office. Enter your ZIP code, and we’ll show you which providers service your area. From there, our proprietary system can easily compare speeds, features, and prices to find the ISP that works best for you.

 

“We used Procurrence to upgrade and replace our phone service, internet, failover internet, and phone system. We are almost complete with the rollout, and Procurrence found us a huge cost saving.”

- Restaurant Client

“Before using Procurrence, we had so many service providers; it was difficult to effectively manage our communications solutions and know who to contact with issues. We are so pleased with how simple our communications are now that we are with Procurrence. We don’t miss the stacks of invoices we used to deal with. Now we just have one bill to pay, which is much easier and a huge time saver.”

- Quick Serve Restaurant Client

The service and staff at Procurrence has been exemplary. They assisted us with a smooth transition from a fire-damaged office to a temporary location and finally to our new office. Since that time, our new telecom service has been quick and efficient and small problems were quickly resolved.

- Dog Walking Service

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the best internet provider for my small business?
Answering this question is as simple as typing in your zip code. We’ll show you all of the fiber, cable, DSL, and satellite internet providers that are available in your area. Small business owners will be able to sort providers by speeds or most affordable monthly prices to find the best plan for your needs.
Who can provide Cable TV service for my small business?
Visit Procurrence.com to see which companies offer TV, internet, and phone service for your small business. We’ll also tell you all about the channels, bundles, and exclusive perks those providers may offer. You can also check out our list of the Cable Internet providers.
How do I find internet providers for my new small business?
Look around your new business for signs of an existing internet connection, or to see all the internet providers available near you enter your address. Procurrence can advise you which internet providers are available in your area, along with the plans, speeds, and features they offer—making a business choice has never been so simple.
How do I find internet providers for my new small business?
Because of the coronavirus, many business owners are leaving their facilities and working from home. We can help you lessen the effects of this deadly outbreak by reducing your telecom expenditures. In addition, companies are offering special discounts and features to new and existing users. Find out what you are eligible for by calling
Why pay more for Business service?
While business telecom is more expensive, it can save you a lot of time, hassle, and money as they are designed to cater to the needs of businesses instead of homes.
How do I find the best internet provider in my area?

Use our free Instaquote service on Procurrence.com to start figuring out which internet providers are available to you at your location. You can get a general idea from your Zip Code, but in crowded areas- it’s important to use the exact street address to confirm availability. Our system wil then return results and allow you to compare internet connection types, available speeds, pricing, and special offers. The best business internet provider is the one that gives you the connection and speed you need for the best price. Make sure to consider exclusive offers, contract requirements, and additional setup fees when determining the total overall cost.

What internet is available at my address?

Business Service Cable (from providers such as Xfinity, Spectrum, and Cox) is likely available in your area. Business DSL is also commonly available internet service from providers, including AT&T, Verizon, and Frontier. The fastest Fiber Optic Business service is primarily only available in select urban areas, providers such as Verizon Fios, CenturyLink, and AT&T. Unfotunately, rural areas often have the least number of internet options and, in some instances, may only be to get service from satellite internet providers such as HughesNet.

Is fiber-optic internet available for my business?

Fiber-optic internet promises download and upload speeds up to 1 Gig, but it’s currently only available to about a small percentage of American businesses. Business Fiber Optic Providers, including AT&T, CenturyLink, Verizon, and Frontier, are the top fiber-optic business-level internet service providers but only offer their service primarily in select metro areas because of population density issues. But as more people demand fiber-optic internet services for their businesses, it will become available in more markets.

What is the fastest internet speed in my area?

The fastest available internet business speed depends on which internet providers are near you- use our Instaquote service to find out which ones service your location. Gigabit download speeds (which many offices with many concurrent users need for the latest data-heavy streaming websites) are available in many areas from providers, including AT&T, CenturyLink, Cox, Mediacom, Verizon Fios, Spectrum Windstream and Comcast’s Xfinity. 
How much will Business internet cost me?

How much will Business internet cost me?

There is not a quick answer- but use our Instaquote feature to get a quick response. Actual pricing varies on location, connection type, provider, and speed- as well as any available promotions available at the time. In addition to the monthly cost, the price for business internet service for your busness may include equipment rentals.

What internet speeds do I need?

While the FCC defines a broadband connection as one with download speeds of 25 Mbps or higher and upload speeds of 3 Mbps or higher, that isn’t good enough for today’s world of high data-intense websites. But use that number as an absolute floor for internet use, streaming shows, and video conferencing online. Speeds of 100 Mbps or higher are ideal for connecting five or more devices and streaming in HD or 4K video quality.