On Monday 16 October, the UK’s communications industry announced the launch of ‘switched-on’, a multi million pound public information campaign designed to inform UK consumers and single site small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) about how they will get ‘switched-on’ to next generation network.
Monday, 16 October 2006
Friday, 1 September 2006
Plum Communications today launched their new look website. The new design brings all services into one portal. Users can view and order mobile phones, telephones, telephone sytems and data networking equipment from one website http://www.plumcom.co.uk
Tuesday, 1 August 2006
The Ofcom announcement of the De-regulation of BT Lines did not receive much publicity but is being supported by an advertising campaign funded by BT and Ofcom. BT have already announced selective price rises and Ofcom have advised businesses to be proactive in looking for an alternative telephone supplier as there are other suppliers besides BT. If you are not already a Plum Communications customer send your BT bill to Plum Communications and receive a free analysis of your telephone spend and potential savings.
Friday, 21 July 2006
We have noticed a greater demand for call recorders this month. Usually there are just one or two enquiries but this month several call centres have purchased call recording equipemnt as their clients are now demanding that they make and retain full call recordings of every call. Plum can supply a wide range of products to suit every budget and offer a free survey of your requirements.
Thursday, 1 June 2006
Peter Savic appointed first chair of MBS Telecoms/IT Alum Group with task to provide forum for worldwide graduates of Manchester Business School involved in the Telecoms and IT industry
Monday, 1 May 2006
Plum announces details of their low cost capped internet service providing speeds up to 8Mb (depending upon distance from exchange) at prices from £19 per month (SOHO and home user) and £25 per month (office user)