According to the latest statistics from Ofcom spending on domestic telecoms has actually decreased on average, even though demand is increasing. People’s habits are changing, with data usage in particular going through the roof. Therefore, users are looking for a combination of value for money along with quality, high speed performance.
The average monthly telecom spend is £63.10 per household. This is made up of £31.34 on mobile; £22.27 on fixed voice; and £9.48 on internet and broadband. The vast majority of customers confirm that price is the overriding factor when they are choosing their telecom company.
This is the major reason behind Direct Save Telecom’s phone and broadband challenge. Direct Save is urging all UK households to take their telecoms challenge to see how much they could save. The firm’s simple and compelling promise is that any telecom user can send them a copy of their bill, and they will tell you how much that bill would have been if they were with Direct Save Telecom.
Stavros Tsolakis, CEO of Direct Save Telecom, says that the Direct Save challenge has been set-up to show everyone just how much money they will save if they change to Direct Save for their telecom and high speed broadband needs.
He explains: “We are committed to providing low cost, high quality telecoms and support. Our promise is a fantastic service at a great price, and we have the track record that proves this is the case.
“We put the needs of our customers first and provide a 24/7 UK-based, skilled, customer support team that are equipped to answer any query. We also aim to build up a good relationship with all our customers through our great service, fulfilled promises and trust – and this is why we can point to such a positive customer retention rate.
“This is not a marketing ploy, there are no hidden tricks, and the cost of your bill will not suddenly soar. We know we can save the average British family hundreds of pounds on their telecom needs, and we are quite willing to prove this before anybody signs up. Other companies will try and entice customers with special offers, but when the time-period elapses their bill will suddenly rise. Our prices remain constant.”
Direct Save Telecom (Direct Save) is an independent telephone service provider. Direct Save was created in 2003, and was born out of Utilities UK Ltd, which was one of the UK’s largest energy agencies at that time. Direct Save was formed when Utilities UK Ltd made telecoms its core activity. Since its creation, Direct Save has seen a steady growth built on a reputation for providing both savings and quality.
The clear message from Direct Save is if you want to reduce your phone and broadband costs then you should look away from the old fashioned telecom companies with their huge pension deficits and crippling debt burdens and look to the new generation companies.
To take advantage of Direct Save’s telecom challenge offer, simply scan your latest bill and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or post a copy to the address below indicating the best time to call:
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Direct Save Telecom (Direct Save) is an independent telephone service provider. Direct Save Telecom was created in 2003, and was born out of Utilities UK Ltd which was one of the UK’s largest energy agencies at that time. Since its creation Direct Save has seen a steady growth built on a reputation for providing both savings and quality. Direct Save is committed to offering customers greater value for money for their telecom needs, combined with excellent customer care. Direct Save offers customers a simple rolling 28 day contract. The Direct Save promise is to cut hundreds of pounds off the average British family’s telecom bill. Visit www.directsavetelecom.co.uk