Lee Broxson Head of Sales; “Carriers charge when end users migrate between them but Griffin is offering to pay this cost for all lines moved to the Griffin network before the end of August. This has already attracted interest from new prospects looking for a better quality network and lower prices. The offer is also open to existing Griffin Partners and we have seen an influx of lines from them too.”
According to Lee there are other reasons, besides quality and price, why resellers are considering their options.
Broxson; “Trust is a big issue at the moment. A broadband base is a valuable asset and with the market approaching saturation some wholesale providers are resorting to desperate measures to retain ADSL customers. Griffin is resolutely white label and channel-only. In 2010 we scored 100% in our Partner survey for trustworthiness.”
As an aggregator Griffin interconnects to four different DSL providers and eight suppliers of Ethernet. They have been managing migration campaigns for over 10 years and have an excellent track record in the industry.
David Aldritt, Highnet commented, “Our DSL migration was seamless, we can’t recommend Griffin enough.”