At Comm-Tech we are helping businesses of all sizes reduce their line rentals and call rates by on average 55%* with some businesses experiencing savings up to 70%. Not only that, we are improving productivity by advising businesses how to get the most out of their fixed line solution. And all this without compromising quality.
Businesses of all sizes are reducing their costs
|Monthly spend with Old Supplier||Monthly spend with Comm-Tech||Monthly Saving||Savings over life of contract**|
(1 Line + 1 Broadband)
(21 Lines + 6 Broadband)
Our fixed line services are not only sourced from market leading suppliers but are backed by tier one carriers, meaning they are graded at the highest possible level by Ofcom. You can rest assured that the savings we make for your business will be due to our vast industry experience and our fantastic call and line rental rates. We will never jeopardise your business call quality or service.
From providing seamless installation or migration of your lines and calls, to dealing directly with tier one carriers and BT Openreach, we offer the highest level of management and customer support 24/7/365, through our dedicated account management, provisioning and fault reporting teams. Leaving you to get on with what is important with your business.
Get your fixed line review underway
All you need to do is contact us so our experienced account managers can arrange a convenient time to visit your business for a chat to understand your current infrastructure, future requirements and current bill spend.
We will then analyse the number of lines (analogue/PSTN, ISDN2 or ISDN30) along with your existing call volumes and rates (local, national, international, mobile and non-geographic) to provide your business with a FREE, unique proposal identifying any savings and efficiencies that a Comm-Tech fixed line solution could bring to your business.
*Average calculated across average savings of 20 businesses who have switched their fixed line services to Comm-Tech Voice & Data Ltd
**Based on a 24 Month Contract