From the 1st of March 2017 BT are increasing their line rental prices to business customers by an average of 6%. In line with these changes Pace Telecom will also be increasing some of our prices but we’ve kept them as low as possible and some customers will see no price rise at all.
We are proud to offer contracted customers a minimum 15% saving on BT and all of our customers are protected by our Never Beaten on Price Guarantee. On top of the great savings we offer compared to BT, we are able to offer Voice, Connectivity, Digital and Cloud services, adding value to your business at every level.
Pace Telecom’s Line Rental prices will increase as of the 1st November 2016. Despite this, Pace Telecom’s line rental prices are still 30% cheaper than BT standard rates, and are lower than a number of other rival companies.
As you can see from the below table, Pace Telecom’s line rental price increases have not affected it’s competitive pricing within the telephony market.
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If you would like to discuss our SIP offering and freezing your existing rates, please call your Account Manager on 0800 195 5115.
As of 1st November 2016, Pace Telecom’s call rate from landlines, SIP and Pace Cloud to international numbers are increasing by 15%.
Additionally, calls from landlines are increasing by 0.1 ppm. However, this increase does not affect lines on Pace Telecom’s Cloud or SIP offerings.
These rates will appear from your October 2016 invoice.
From 1st November 2016, the cost for cancelled direct debits is £9.95 a month.
This charge is applicable for customers that originally signed up on direct debit and have now cancelled this.
Despite rival companies increasing their prices over the last few years, Pace Telecom have endeavoured to keep their prices the same, and have done so successfully. Unfortunately, Pace Telecom’s customers will now see an increase in prices. This is the first time in over ten years that Pace Telecom have increased the prices of ISDN2 & ISDN30, and the first time in three years that Pace Telecom have increased the price for Analogue Lines. In comparison with other telephony companies such as BT, whose prices have increased three times since 2014, this price increase has not been done lightly and Pace Telecom view this as an unfortunate, but necessary step forward.
2016 has seen price increases from BT twice already this year. Earlier this year BT announced price increases from 3rd July 2016 and then announced price increases to be implemented by 1st October. This will be BT’s third price increase in the last three years.
During 2014 BT announced its intention to increase their prices of line rental. By the end of that year, BT’s prices had increased by up to 6.5%.