Entanet has given its partners a New Year boost by extending its free activation offer on new FTTC orders until the end of January 2014.
The offer, which has now been running for four months, applies no charge for activation on new FTTC connections and no charge for standard copper-to-FTTC broadband migrations on new connections. A one-off charge of £80 plus VAT is normally applied to each of these services.
The promotion has drawn plenty of interest and generated many new fibre broadband sales, according to Paul Heritage-Redpath, Product Manager at Entanet. “It’s been hugely popular and with a number of prospective sales still moving through the pipeline, we have made this further extension to give our partners every chance of completing new business sales.”
The offer is equally appealing for existing customers on standard BT or LLU copper broadband looking to upgrade to fibre or brand new fibre customers, says Heritage-Redpath. “If that’s something a customer is considering, the offer of free activation and migration may just persuade them to make the decision.”
Entanet will be continuing to drive sales of FTTC this year, he adds. “We have a great network and a great proposition on fibre connections. With more customers looking to make use of higher-speed online services, we expect to see robust demand for FTTC and the offer is a good way of drawing attention to our offerings in what we expect to be a good year for new connections. This offer helps our partners to be really competitive whilst also underlining the extra value and personal and specialist service that sets Entanet and its partners apart from the competition.”
The promotion covers all of Entanet’s allowance-based and unlimited FTTC packages, and both Family and Business offerings on 12- and 24-month contracts. The offer is available to registered reseller partners only.
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