Chess Telecom says it has launched an ‘explosive’ new Business Broadband that’s guaranteed to put their Smarter Partners in front of the competition as the economy blackens.
Chess’ V@lue Business Broadband starts from an unbeatable £6.99 per month offering business customers’ significant savings on their existing broadband packages and industry leading commissions for Smarter Partners.
Chess launched their offering in response to BT’s recent hike in the price of its wholesale broadband. It recognised that in the current economic climate businesses are striving to cut costs in every way they can. Chess say their product fits perfectly into that space, enabling reseller to gain a competitive edge by offering quality products that dramatically undercut widespread price rises.
As well as the price advantage Chess says that users will get up to 24 Mbps downstream speeds and up to 1 Mbps upstream.
To take advantage of the Broadband prices customers must also have line rental through Chess Telecom, meaning Smarter Partners are able to offer customers bundled telecoms packages on one bill.
“Chess is committed to developing innovative products that save customers money, without compromising on quality and provide maximum returns for our Partners.” said Technology Director Steven Dracup. “We reacted to BT’s shock 24 per cent hike in transit charges on wholesale broadband was by slashing our prices. Since we did, our customers have been jumping at the chance get high speed business broadband for as little as £6.99 per month. It pretty much sells itself, presenting a great opportunity for Smarter Partners to cash in on its popularity.”
“Chess was born in a recession, 15 years ago, to take advantage of the opportunity it created,” said chief executive, David Pollock. “Every single business is looking to reduce costs now and if you can help them do this, there is huge potential to grow your market share. Our £6.99 broadband is the latest in our range of innovative products and offers designed specifically to help Smarter Partners make the most of the wealth of opportunity created in the current economic climate.”