Town & Country Communications provide the best business mobile phone deals, hosted phone systems and VOIP solutions in Bournemouth, Dorset.
It’s time to look beyond the business mobile phone contracts and BT paperwork that may have been weighing your company down for years, perhaps even decades. Town & Country Communications will change the way you understand your business phone system requirements and as a priority reduce the amount you pay for your company communications!
Town & Country will strip down the jargon and give you a personalised business package that reflects your usage, your business profile and your communication challenges. This is a bespoke service that will allow you to have confidence in your supplier, have control of your hosted phone system, get the best business mobile deals around AND have one local account manager who is on hand 24/7 to make sure you are always paying the lowest rates, have the highest level of service and that your business is of paramount importance.
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The Town & Country Team provided us with "seamless transition" from our current mobile network provider. Jacey came to our office and set up all the phone systems with our exchange email server which was carried out in no time at all and no loss of any data. A local company touch is what we offer to all our customers and what Town & Country offered us from quotation to completion. We have over 180 lift GSM units which have also been changed over the process. Thanks to all the team, we will definitely recommending the services and products of Town & Country. Howard Sutton - Business Manager - Meridian Lifts
Town and Country have regained the prestigious Bournemouth Transport account – home of the local leading bus company, Yellow Buses (YB).
We originally ported Quantums account from T-Mobile to o2 in November 2012 as they weren’t getting the best service or reception.
Town and Country are proud supporters of Britannia Parking Group Ltd, providing their workforce with mobile phone contracts on O2.
It's currently estimated that over 60% of UK households are only keeping their landline as it's required for a broadband connection.
Reports are surfacing that tech industry giant Samsung have started creating prototypes for a luxury foldable smartphone.