SME Telecoms & Mobile Procurement Guide

SME Telecoms & Mobile Procurement Guide

June 26, 2016

Utility price comparison and procurement group Utility Watch UK has prepared a detailed hints and tips guide to advise SMEs on buying telecoms and/or mobile services.

The free document not only covers things to look for but also some of the more common pitfalls and covers issues such as fixed line rental, analogue/digital, call pricing, SIP trunks, VOIP options and Local Loop Unbundling.

How to proceed through the minefield of product choice and service options and how to identify the best kinds of contracts terms and rates are included, however the guide also points to a number of supplier practices which can leave SMEs at a disadvantage.

Some of the more common pitfalls are: minimum call charges, disadvantageous setup fees, automatic rollover contract terms, and minimum contractual spends. The guide tackles how best to deal with these.

About Utility Watch

Utility Watch UK is a UK independent commercial utility procurement and brokerage group. This is either done through comparison software or in person by an experienced commercial sector utility advisor.

Utility Watch UK does not only compare prices but can suggest a wide choice of supplier and tariff options to suit all types of business requirements, including Sole Traders, SME’S through to government bodies.

All UK utility supplier services are constantly monitored to ensure that cost advice is as up to the minute as possible.

Utility Watch UK also help implement other cost-saving measures by using tariff-analysis software, energy efficiency programmes and regular reviews of the promotional sales packages available from the many utility suppliers now operating in the UK since market deregulation began.

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