Zen Internet has now launched new lower priced Fibre and Phone packages for Channel Partners. The Fibre Optic Broadband portfolio for Channel Partners comprises of competitively priced packages and standalone services, with options for unlimited usage, minimum 12 month contracts, and no traffic management. This means it is now even easier for Partners to switch their customers to Zen’s Fibre Optic Broadband.
The Fibre and Phone packages and standalone services are suitable for both residential and business customers.
Zen is also offering Partners support to run their own Marketing campaigns to promote Zen’s new range of Fibre and Phone packages to existing and prospective customers. This support includes matched Marketing funding, customisable collateral and ready to use email messages which have been added to Zen’s Connectivity Campaign Builder.
Zen is able to offer these highly competitive priced packages to Partners by continually investing in major developments of its next generation network. An initial investment of over £3.5m has been made in its core infrastructure to build a network of local exchange Points of Presence (PoPs). Zen’s 200 PoPs plus another 270 exchange locations will enable it to provide services to at least 6 million UK premises.
“We have built our reputation for quality over many years by continually striving towards our mission to provide the best ISP service in the UK. Our investment in our network now allows us to provide cutting-edge Fibre Optic Broadband services to our customers for less money whilst retaining all the Zen quality and reliability benefits. Adding truly unlimited download options to our packages allows our customers to make the absolute most of this great new technology, safe in the knowledge that there are no limits and no additional charges,” said Richard Tang, Managing Director.
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