Channel Telecom is extending its scheme offering up to £3,000 towards customer installation costs for Ethernet connections in 22 cities across the UK: Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, Bradford, Leeds, Brighton and Hove, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Coventry, Edinburgh, Derby, Derry, London (incl Croydon, Enfield, Redbridge, Sutton, Westminster), Manchester (incl Salford), Newcastle, Newport, Oxford, Perth, Portsmouth, York.
The company is looking for area ‘champions’ in all these locations to push the scheme along by emphasising the positive value and benefits of Ethernet to customers. This scheme runs until March 2015 and with a limited amount of funds per local authority applications are on a first come first served basis.
To qualify the customer must be located in one of the qualifying cities and meet the following criteria:
• Less than 250 employees
• Turnover is less than £40m
• Received less than £165,000 from any public funded scheme in the last 3 financial years
Commenting on the scheme, Matt Donaldson, Sales Director of Channel Telecom said, “We know that when customers upgrade to Ethernet, they soon take additional ‘cloud’ based services and apps because of the connectivity is resilient and reliable. This is an excellent opportunity for those in the channel to upsell their customers with an unbeatable and time limited offer on installation costs. We would very much like to hear from prospective partner who can champion Ethernet in these cities.”
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