I've been thinking and have already asked the likes of Virgin Media in relation to their Business Broadband/fibre, of which this kind of usage is not permitted.
What sort of line would allow me (if I wanted) to charge users to use my Internet connection without breaching any terms?
I understand the answer probably is going to be different for each provider, but I'm looking for a place to start of what I'd be asking for... Sounds very amateurish, I know.
I see the likes of people being their own ISPs with the likes of using WISP technology and they charge people "rent" so either they're breaching terms and conditions or they've got a legitimate agreement to be able to, essentially, sub-let and share their connection for (quite often) profit.
I also see examples of, say, serviced office spaces that charge extra for internet and, say, VoIP telephony. This, as with above, would either be breaching terms and conditions or be legitimate.
Can anyone help answer or have experience with this?