camieabz answers re some possible problems.
Your requirements are, with most ISPs, far more easily met by true business packages. I have no idea why that should be so
You may have to ring one or all of the following to check details. Several quote uploads of over 1Mbps, but of course you can only get 448 or 832kbps on your exchange and not all such packages provide the 832kbps option.
The first one for instance, you probably know, (but I don't) how many IP addresses the spec means:-
Newnet Office premium
IDNet Business Premium
, perhaps with the "Protected" option;
Zen Office Max
Then there is AAISP
. Their prices as per the website almost certainly will not suit you, but I imagine they have tailored individual business products available on request at realistic cost.
If that sort of "Proper" ISP for serious business use
isn't what you were thinking about, then you could look at the Home/SOHO products from the same ones, plus the Home/Office ranges from an Entanet reseller at more consumer-level prices and unlimited off-peak.
See these comparisons
And this one
, removing Be which was there just for rating comparison, and adding AAISP.
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