My last employer supplied me with an ADSL line for remote support /development purposes for many years. Then they withdrew it on the grounds that I had my own broadband and, no, they were not going to provide any compensation for using my line for their work.
I work for a very large global IT company, and we stopped paying for, or towards, home broadband connections in 2005 in every country. Management said that broadband was no longer special and only used for business, the majority of usage was turning out to be domestic.
This Covid pandemic means majority are now home working, but the UK ISPs have been great, and I've not heard of anyone being told "this domestic service is not for home working".
To many ISPs "Home working" is seen as different to running a business at home.
20 years of broadband connectivity since 1999 trial - Live BQM
Edited by jchamier (Fri 17-Jul-20 07:49:43)