PMC Telecom has announced a new package of calls, lines, and broadband services for business, with tariffs claimed to beat BT prices. It means the company becomes the latest ISP for small businesses, now able to offer both lines and broadband.
The announcement comes on top of their recent expansion into small business phone systems, specialising in Avaya, Orchid, and Panasonic telephone systems, including installation and general service provision.
Spokesman Bob Taylor said, “PMC Telecom are already one of the UK’s leading independent telecoms companies, providing a whole range of solutions for business. Whether it’s cordless phones for the office, headsets for call centres, or general office consumables, we’ve always been happy to help.
“We’ll already been providing broadband and line services in Manchester, but now we’re rolling this out nationwide. We have the proven ability to roll this out across to any business in the UK.”
PMC Telecom currently supports telecoms, phones, and office equipment from a range of providers, not least BT, Polycom, Plantronics, and Panasonic.
The company also provides its own range of headsets for company use.
Commenting on the announcement, an Ofcom spokesman said, “Deregulation of the telecoms market means that giant ISP’s no longer need dominate. Smaller businesses can now provide a more competitive service across the board, with lower costs, while maintaining high standards of care and provision for business customers.
“With the government’s continuing push for higher broadband speeds across the country, it’s never been easier for any business to choose from a wide range of plans and providers.”