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Talk Talk gives voice to SMB communications

Joe O'Halloran

In what it says is part of a continuing plan to ‘revolutionise’  the way small businesses (SMBs) buy telecoms solutions, Talk Talk has opened up a second UK store. 

 

The new North London-based office will give SMBs access to free consultancy from internal and external telecommunication experts and will aim to enable SMBs to lease or purchase tailored, cost effective telecoms solutions from industry leaders such as Avaya.

 

The TalkTalk initiative specifically aims to SMBs navigate through different technologies, product ranges and, what the firm says can be, confusing terminology, in order to find the right products for their communications needs.

 

TalkTalk Enterprise will supply products from three independent vendors, including telephone PBX systems for business calls, broadband and mobile services.

 

Importantly, claims Talk Talk, for the SMB sector where companies have limited funds for business infrastructure, products will be available for lease as well as purchase, in order to give SMBs earlier access to leading-edge communications systems.

 

Jane Anderson, managing director, TalkTalk Enterprise , North West commented "We view [SMBs] as time and resource precious people often without telecoms knowledge and with a need for a consultative approach who wish to buy locally but also require the security of buying from a trusted brand."

 

 

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