Northern Ireland businesses are wasting thousands of pounds on high maintenance costs for out-of-date telephone systems
Northern Ireland businesses are wasting thousands of pounds on high maintenance costs for out-of-date telephone systems, according to Barry Paul, Head of Systems at Rainbow Telecom, Northern Ireland’s largest independent telecoms provider.
“It surprises me how many businesses persist in paying excessive costs trying to keep old, dated telephone systems in operation,” said Barry Paul.
“Older telephone systems are at increasing risk of recurring faults due to outdated technology, this makes the system harder to repair and companies are paying large sums on engineer call outs.
“In this climate that money could be better spent elsewhere in the business.
“The cost of installing a new system is not prohibitive compared with continuing high maintenance charges,” continued Barry Paul who has more than two decades of telecom and systems experience.
As well as systems, Belfast based Rainbow, also provide calls and lines, mobiles and broadband services to over 5,000 businesses throughout the UK and Ireland and boast one of Northern Ireland’s largest service engineering teams.
Barry continued, “The team here at Rainbow have the experience to offer businesses the latest communications solutions best tailored to your specific business needs, ensuring efficient communication between staff, partners and clients.
“Installing a brand new, state-of-the-art telephone system will carry a one off charge with a very low maintenance fee. This option can be much cheaper than paying even one year’s maintenance trying to sustain a very old system. “
Rainbow offer industry leading prices and brands, including Avaya whose telephone systems are utilised by more than one million businesses worldwide.
Rainbow is trusted by thousands of businesses to provide the best solution and with a minimum saving of 25% on your new phone system and 12 months free maintenance why not call 0800 018 8082 to see exactly how much you can save
First Published: 13 Sep 2010