Kent business Cheap Business Calls is cornering the business calling plans market with its outstanding tariffs.
Online PR News – 14-April-2010 – – Faversham, Kent, Mar 30 2010 – Kent business Cheap Business Calls is cornering the business calling plans market with its outstanding tariffs. Cheap Business Calls’ business calling plans are the first to offer transparent pricing where customers only pay for the time they actually use. Usually, business calling plans are subject to “hidden fees”, which effectively penalise a customer for running a business. Cheap Business Calls’ business calling plans are operated on a pay-as-you-go basis, whereby a customer using a business tariff is charged at a flat rate only for time spent on the ‘phone, with no minimum charge or monthly rental fee to push the price up.
Cheap Business Calls’ innovation marks a new era in the world of business calling plans. No hidden fees, no equipment charges and no line rental means businesses are only paying for the services they need: a new kind of model that can save a business up to 80% on telephone bills. These huge percentages (customers using Cheap Business Calls’ business calling plans make 100% savings on line rental and setup fees; 67% savings on landline call charges; and 27% savings on mobile charges) are driving the market to take control of their money by opting for the UK’s first transparent business tariffs. With traditional market leaders like BT still penalising consumers of their own business calling plans, Cheap Business Calls look set to swallow a large portion of available business over the next 12 months.
There are two key points in Cheap Business Calls’ business calling plans model. First, these new business calling plans are (as outlined above) genuinely transparent – which means, for the first time, that business customers can see exactly what they are spending, when, and how. This makes Cheap Business Calls’ business calling plans a new type of charging structure that softens the blow of any business’ utilities charges: gone, it seems, are the days when an accounts department would simply pay a ‘phone bill without examining the actual structure of the costs. With Cheap Business Calls’ business calling plans itemising everything to the second (with no charge for this service), a customer who has recently switched from one of the traditional providers to Cheap Business Calls can see, in black and white, the scope and nature of its savings. Not good news for all those other companies who have been diligently skimming the cream from the top of unclear tariffs.
Second, Cheap Business Calls’ business calling plans are not subject to a contract: freeing potential users from uncomfortably binding relationships that tie them into 12 months or more of unfair charges. A company opening a business calling plans account with Cheap Business Calls is automatically placed in a rolling 30-day contract (again, with no switchover or setup fee): at any point, that customer can terminate the arrangement with 30 days’ notice. The business calling plans market, traditionally an area where customers have been held to ransom by ironclad contracts that benefit the supplier and not the end user, looks set to be transformed by the UK’s first genuine 21st century tariff.
About: Cheap Business Calls
Cheap Business Calls is a product of Keypoint Communications. The sole aim of the business is to provide flexible alternative telecommunication solutions for all sizes of business, with a special team dedicated to the small and medium framed companies.