UK Businesses Revelling in All About Savings’ Business Telecoms Offering
Many businesses across the United Kingdom rely on their telephone system for all aspects of their operations. Whether it is calling customers, pitching for new business or getting in touch with suppliers – this is a vital part of many business models. What many companies overlook, particularly SME’s is that if you aren’t careful you can get stung when it comes to business telecom billing.
Just as we do with business insurance, business gas, business electricity and other bills – All About Savings can help to ensure that the supplier and tariff you are on is absolutely ideal for your business. The ethos is identical to the service we offer with every other aspect of business billing; we can and will help you to make the much needed business telecoms switch with the minimal hassle possible.
Due to changes in regulations, 2013 is going to be a great year for business telecom customers and our specialists are right on the ball. Business telecoms are no different to business gas and business electricity in that you can end up paying far too much if you aren’t careful which can only have negative repercussions for your business. Therecent OFCOM ruling has stopped the unnecessary rolling over of business customer’s contracts from the start of this year – so let All About Savings analyse your situation.
This added freedom means that by getting in touch with us today, you could end up on a fantastic business telecoms tariff before you can say “thank you all about savings!”
So, simply fill in our easy to use business telecoms quote form or call the number above and make the best business decision you have made this year so far. All you have to do then is get on with running your beloved business safe in the knowledge that All About Savings are hard at work taking care of your business telecoms switch over.
Business Telecom Partnership Opportunities Given Huge Boost By Easy Utility Group
The business telecoms sector has been given a much needed shot in the arm by the news that Easy Utilities are endeavouring to find new partnerships. The company are set to increase and enhance their share of the industry by teaming up with other leading firms in the United Kingdom.
Easy Utilities have stated that their latest business strategy will involve the forging of business telecom relationships and partnerships with other companies that are as hungry for success as they are. It is thought that this will help them to guarantee stability, cause jobs in business telecoms and also lower rates in the long term for firms in the UK.
It doesn’t matter if potential partners are new start-ups or respected telecom outfits, Easy Utilities are looking to grow their network and as long as the figures work and vision complement each other – the door is open for the right business partnerships. This will allow all parties to enhance their portfolios and also increase services – the inevitable repercussion of this are new business opportunities in the telecoms industry for all involved.
The message from the Easy Utility Group is simple; any company in business telecoms looking to increase their revenue should consider a partnership of this kind. Particular benefits of collaboration with the group include, but are not limited to:
Top class product training & service training
Great on-going financial benefits & commissions
Dedicated account manager and point of contact for support
Online web support
Promotional Materials to boost marketing and advertising
Make sure you keep up to date with all the developments in the business telecoms industry, right here at All About Savings!
New Platinum Partner For Vodaphone
Proving that you really can start from nothing and work your way up is Paul Maddocks, whose Welsh Telecoms company, Parkways, has just been sold to a communications giant. Olive Group is now a Vodaphone Platinum Partner meaning they are responsible for over 50,000 Vodaphone numbers, including those acquired from Parkways.
He founded Parkways in 2000 with the aim to supply quality telecoms products and services to businesses, after leaving his role as MD of a of a 75 strong company. Working tirelessly; paying his initial two colleagues more than himself; finding the business opportunities, following them through and closing the deals, as well as dealing with the shipping of products and customer care, Paul eventually found himself with 12 staff and working with accredited partners such as Blackberry and Vodaphone.
He says: “In completing this acquisition, Olive has helped me realise my ambition of seeing Parkway Telecom flourish, mature and indeed take that step up to the next level.”
Olive have given Paul a three year contract to keep him as a Regional Director, managing the Saltney office and his original team of 12 as only he knows how.
While recession strikes many businesses of all sizes, it is good to hear that there are still opportunities out there for companies to expand, develop and succeed.
New Bill Gives The Consumer The Power
Sectors such as energy, mobile phones, credit cards and current accounts are soon going to be forced to give their customers the personal information they hold for them in an attempt by the government to give consumers the power when it comes to choosing the best tariffs for them. The reliance on the company in question to offer the best deal, and the consumers own attempts to understand the complex tariff’s on offer currently mean that a huge percentage of customers across these sectors pay far more than necessary. It is due to this that these companies will be included in the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill .
Under the new bill, not only must the information be handed over free, it must be offered in electronic format so that comparison sites can be easily filled in, finally handing the power to the customer. Although current rules through the Data Protection Act mean customers can have the information upon request, it is rarely in electronic form meaning that they still have to trawl through the maze of complicated information to try and make sense of it.
In terms of mobile phone tariffs, exact usage means the best mobile contracts can be offered to the customer whilst home owners could use the information to see when they use the most gas and electricity and find the cheapest option for them.
Whilst the government hopes to make a deal with the banks, power companies and mobile phone operators, they will be threatened with legislation if the progress became ‘unreasonably slow’.
Business Minister, Lord Marland, who announced this new power said, “[the bill will deliver a]…package of measures that will get rid of unnecessary bureaucracy that encumbers business…[and]…will improve the competition framework to ensure well functioning markets and that will advance business and consumer confidence alike.”
Finally, a step forward for the consumer.