We value all of our business Partners and are continually innovating our services to help them gain a competitive advantage and improve their levels of customer care.
For over 20 years, we’ve worked with business broadband, Ethernet, SIP Trunking and other telecoms Partners of all sizes, including resellers, carriers and system integrators, helping them to expand their portfolios and grow their margins. As a Partner, we make sure we understand your business so we can offer you the best tools to help you operate smoothly, including an array of business-grade voice and data products that can be tailored to suit your needs. Whether you are looking to supply data centre solutions, leased lines, SIP Trunking, MPLS IPVPN, inbound call solutions or other services, you can rely on us.
We know there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to doing business. That’s why we believe in being as flexible as possible. We also understand that good ideas can come from anywhere and that’s why we believe in working collaboratively to help you achieve your goals.
You can count on us for telecommunications expertise, network reliability and a positive, proactive culture. As well as having a dedicated Account Manager on hand to help, as a Partner, you have access to self-serve portals that enable you to price, provision and manage your Ethernet connectivity all in one place.
Partners we work with
Peace of mind matters. So why leave your resiliency to chance?
Shadow Vlan: Resiliency for £10 a month
Get peace of mind and protect your customer's connectivity for less than a gym membership.
Making Unified Communications reeeeeally simple
We all know Unified Communications is a powerful tool for businesses. It should also be simple. Simple to setup, simple to enable its great features, simple to administrate users, simple to understand bills and charges.
The Third Wave of Connectivity Evolution……Ultrafast
The advent of ultrafast speeds in the UK is heralding a new wave of connectivity evolution and the question of how we navigate it in the channel.
The death of ‘up to’? What the ASA’s new guidance means for consumer broadband adverts
On Thursday 23rd November 2017, the ASA (Advertising Standard Agency) announced they are making some major changes in relation to the way Broadband speeds can be advertised. The guidance will take effect from 23rd May 2018. We thought we’d put this brief FAQ together to help answer some of the common questions our Partners may have.