National telecoms company True Telecom has this week successfully negotiated the acquisition of Select Calls along with its 4,000 business customers. Where Select Calls dealt purely with line rental and calls, True Telecom will be able to offer the full telecom package including broadband, mobile, SIP trunking and telecoms systems.
Rapidly expanding True Telecom will benefit from the customer loyalty built up by Select Calls over the last two years and inject new expertise and support, pushing the company into new sectors. The company already offers bespoke packages, e-billing and the lowest available rates on the market, catering for businesses and residential customers alike and this acquisition will serve to strengthen True Telecom’s position in the market.
The UK-based provider operates as a telecoms aggregator, allowing it to provide the most cost-effective solutions for customers – in many cases managing to shave up to half the cost of traditional line rental and call packages.
True Telecom will be investing heavily in the brand over the coming months with plans including sponsorship of a Championship football team, a national media and public relations campaign and social media strategy.
Further acquisitions are expected and growth plans include bringing on more than 30,000 customers and launching five new branches across London and the South East, within the next two years, followed by more offices across the country – all of which will make True Telecom a major player in the industry.
Stuart Griffiths, True Telecom’s CEO said, “I am pleased that we have completed the acquisition as our expertise and investment will allow us to take Select Calls from a fast-growing start up to a major comms business. Our innovative approach will see us making the most of the latest technologies so we can stay ahead of the game and provide our customers with the most cost-effective telecoms solutions.
This is only the start – True Telecom has bold growth plans that will see it sitting alongside the leading companies in the telecoms industry within the next few years.”