DMSL is offering Plusnet Business Broadband at better than half price for the first 12 months of a 24 month contract until 10th July, plus double commission to resellers.
The offer means resellers can offer customers, who take line rental at £10.50 per month, Plusnet Business Broadband Unlimited from £5 per month for the first 12 months (£15 per month thereafter)1 and Plusnet Business Fibre Unlimited from £16 for the first 12 months (£33 per month thereafter)1, on a 24 month contract (customers must take a call plan from £4 per month with Plusnet Business Fibre Unlimited).
Services with capped limits are available at lower prices – for customers who take line rental at £10.50 per month, Plusnet Business Fibre with a 50GB monthly usage, for example, is available from £11 per month for the first 12 months, rising to £23 per month thereafter2, on a 24 month contract (customers must take a call plan from £4 per month with Plusnet Business Fibre). For customers who take line rental at £10.50 per month, Plusnet Business Broadband with a 25GB monthly download allowance is available from £3 per month for the first 12 months, rising to £8 per month thereafter2, on a 24 month contract.
Resellers can earn the extra commission on orders placed with DMSL by 10th July. John Carter, Managing Director of DMSL, stated: “This offer is a great way for resellers to get started with Plusnet – and one that small businesses looking for really affordable and reliable broadband from a trusted name can’t afford to ignore. We’ve received a tremendous response to the initial mail-out and many more dealers are now signing-up for Plusnet’s Dealer Programme, which offers a tremendous range of benefits.”
Winning the broadband business of customers is increasingly vital, he notes, as it is now the gateway to many other opportunities. “SMBs are starting to do more business online and they are adopting cloud services such as VoIP and Microsoft Office 365 in greater numbers. It is only a matter of time before most of them start favouring subscription-based purchasing and they will look to the supplier of their trusted broadband connectivity first to provide those services. When resellers secure the broadband business, they open up much greater potential for the future.
“Many more resellers have been signing up for the Plusnet Dealer Programme through DMSL. Over the past three months, around 50 new resellers have joined and a strong pipeline of business is developing”, said Carter. “The Plusnet brand is recognised and trusted by small businesses and we are seeing a very healthy level of enquires for the company’s Business services.”
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