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Compare prices of cheap business calls offered by Keypoint and those offered by BT

Press Release   •   Aug 22, 2010 08:30 BST

Kent, England (mynewsdesk), August 22 2010 – The reason for this is so simple it practically amounts to an act of breath taking cheek. Keypoint has decided to supply genuinely cheaper business calls by scrapping all the normal hidden charges associated with a corporate telecoms account. They don’t charge a hook up fee, they don’t charge “equipment fees” (an industry standard with no clear definition beyond more money leaving the company account), and they don’t levy minimum call charges.

Whatever a business wants – vPBX, call forwarding, caller ID, online conferencing facilities, multiple mail boxes – it pays for: whatever it doesn’t use, it doesn’t buy. Contrast that with the standard BT business packages. In every case, a business looking for a particular service is required to pay over the odds (over the new odds, set by Keypoint’s incredible cheaper business calls, at any rate) for a package containing all sorts of stuff it is never likely to use. Simply so that it can get its communications hands on the one part of the package it desperately needs.

Keypoint Communications Kent’s favourite giant killer is still swinging a pretty mean sling. After nearly six months of intensive offensive strategy, the young pretender from Faversham has all but captured the cheaper business calls crown, sending corporate giants BT and friends toppling rather ignominiously into the dust. How have they done this? By unveiling a stupendous range of tariffs and options (including full vPBX, call forwarding and caller ID) for what looked like ridiculous prices: and then revealing that their prices only looked ridiculous in comparison to the daylight extortion being practised by their rivals.

The name of the game, in the recent past, has been, for want of a more favourable description (which, frankly, in this day and age those telecoms big guns don’t really deserve), extortion. Keypoint’s tariffs, by comparison, are like a breath of fresh air. It’s like one of those radio shows where members of the public get to go on and ask the Prime Minister why he, or she, is incapable of giving a straight answer – only in this case the show is real, and Keypoint, the little giant killer from out of town, is flattening the hypocrites left right and centre.

One can only wonder how long the remaining giants can stand it. Their “cheaper business calls” efforts, compared to those dished out by the modern day David of the business telecoms markets, are being revealed on an almost daily basis to be nothing less than outright lies. It’s as though, with their genuinely affordable vPBX, their call forwarding and caller ID, Keypoint are building a new world that the major players just can’t bring themselves to inhabit. More fool them.

Keypoint Communications and their child company Cheap Business Calls have developed a new, honest model for business call packages and phone systems.

About Keypoint Communications

Keypoint Communications provide voice and data solutions to SME's. Using their own national network infrastructure they are able to provide a complete end-to-end solution using their own highly developed vPBX platform.

For additional information on a bespoke IP telecommunication solution and to benefit from this innovative, emerging technology contact Keypoint Communications.

Justin Bridges

Sales Director

Keypoint Communications

Kent, England

United Kingdom

0800 840 9047

www.keypointcommunications.co.uk