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I’m paying too much for my calls and line rental

When it comes to the cost of business line rental and call charges, the budget can vary greatly; not only between suppliers, but also between systems. If you’d like to review your current business phone expenditure we’d be only too happy to help. You can simply drop us a line on 01233 225 618 or complete our contact form and we’ll call you back.

Understanding how your organisation uses your phone is a good place to start in reducing your bills.

  • Are you within your call minute bundles each month, or do you regularly exceed the limit?

  • Do you make a heavy number of calls to international or premium rate numbers?

  • Do you get charged for a high volume of calls between your own team?

  • Are you paying for phone lines that you aren’t using?

Once you have a better idea of your usage, you can then review your existing setup to see if you’re using the best technology for your needs. For example, have you considered a hosted phone?

Hosted phones use your internet connection to make calls, so negate the need for a separate phone line. What’s more, they can be configured to allow free calls between your premises which can heavily reduce your call plans. Learn more about hosted phones >>

At HP Technology, we have the freedom and flexibility to offer our clients bespoke tariff packages and contract terms. Through Gamma Telecom, a leading UK Network Operator, our packages can be tailored to meet your exact requirements, from minute /  data bundles and more. What’s more, you get the personal service and attention of an independent provider, but with the performance of a leading network operator.

Contact us today to see if we can help reduce your existing costs and start saving you money - 01233 225 618.

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