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Brighten up Blue Monday with 20% discount for phone line rental

Brighten up Blue Monday with 20% discount for phone line rental

buzzbox Telecom, a leading UK telecoms company that offers fully featured cloud-based phone systems, is helping its potential customers to brighten up their so-called Blue Monday – the saddest day of the year- by offering a 20% discount for three months for business telephone line rental, if they sign up within this week.

If a business phone contract is coming to an end or a potential client is in the process of starting up a new business empire this January, buzzbox can change their existing phone service with a package rich in features (call recording, diverting to mobile, voicemail, hold music, keeping your number), at a fraction of the cost. The offer for this week, until 19 January 2018, will be 20% off a business telephone line rental for three months and thereafter it is a monthly rolling contract, which means that potential customers can cancel their contract at any time.

Stuart Spice, Founder and Director of buzzbox Telecom comments: “A lot of people have New Year’s Resolutions, new business aspirations and want to sort out their finances at the start of the year. We offer no bill shocks, which means that we are a transparent and cost-effective alternative to the traditional telecom incumbents and we make it possible to save businesses an awful lot of money by switching to our services.”

Spice continues: “Today, on the saddest day of the year and the longest month between paydays, we thought it would be a great opportunity to offer this discount. I hope that this will help new or established businesses get back into the swing of things and feel less depressed on this miserable day.”

For more information visit www.buzzbox.cc

Terms and Conditions
• a working broadband connection
• sign up for the service before 19th January

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