Telecomms reseller, Electronic Frontier, is offering to link up small and medium organisations to BT?s ISDN2 service without shelling out for BT?s #200-plus connection charges.
According to Electronic Frontier, BT?s initial connection charge is often cited as the main stumbling block to widespread ISDN2 take-up, and it is offering to sign up customers to BT?s service if they buy a #99 adaptor. The service, called Kick Start, will be managed by Electronic Frontier?s business partner, Mainstream Technology. However, installation and support will still be carried out by BT. They will also pay the same amount in quarterly rentals as they would to BT.
Chris Miles, Electronic Frontier marketing director said: "Apart from paying nothing for connection, there are only two differences between our service and BT?s as far as customers are concerned: firstly, their bill come from Mainstream not BT, and secondly, we don?t offer a call allowance.?
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