Relocating broadband circuits….nationwide!!

In the last week alone, JL Telephone Engineers has relocated broadband circuits in: Cirencester, Nottingham, Hunstanton, Northampton, Bolton, Bury, Oxford and Wigan.

Our highly trained engineers have worked tirelessly to provide a top class service on behalf of a multinational company in Boots stores nationwide. However, they have also continued to provide a second-to-none service for residential customers. Most recently, they successfully relocated a BT master socket at a property in Sutton Coldfield and carried out a ‘broadband health check’ for a customer in Coughton. Broadband health checks aim to examine

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This week @ JL Telephone Engineers 

This week, JL Telephone Engineers has continued working in Boots stores all over the country to relocate broadband circuits on behalf of a multinational company.

As part of the ongoing project, there has been successful completion of work in: Stratford upon Avon, Bristol, Chester, Coventry, Swansea, Cardiff, Newport, and York.

In addition to the nationwide project, JL Telephone Engineers has successfully relocated a telephone point at a Spar store in Manchester this week. JL Telephone Engineers has also carried out a site specific survey for another potential Ubiquity Indoor Access Point (UAP)

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This week @ JL Telephone Engineers 

This week, JL Telephone Engineers has been working in Boots stores all over the country. This ongoing project involves relocating broadband circuits on behalf of a multinational company.

As part of the aforementioned project, there has been successful completion of work in: London, Edinburgh, Taunton, Cardiff, Worthing, Melton Mowbray, Hunstaton and Oxford; this week alone, JL Telephone Engineers has covered over 2,000 miles!!!

In addition to the nationwide project, JL Telephone Engineers has also completed residential jobs this week and successfully relocated Ubiquity Indoor Access Points (UAP) for a large housing organisation

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JL Telephone Engineers: the journey so far…

Founded by John Linford – an ex-BT engineer with a wealth of telecommunications knowledge – JL Telephone Engineers has gone from strength to strength over the last decade.

In it’s infancy, the business relied solely on residential telephone work: diagnosing faults and installing broadband lines and telephone extensions to properties across the Midlands. At this point, JL Telephone Engineers was managed by one man and a single van.

Ten years on and JL Telephone Engineers is functioning on a national scale. Not only does

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Broadband Complaints League Results Are Surprising

Telecoms group’s subsidiaries Plusnet and EE also attract high level of complaints, while Sky has fewest disgruntled users

BT was the most complained-about broadband provider in the first three months of the year as customers took the company to task over faults and service issues.

Telecoms regulator Ofcom, which publishes complaints data every three months, also found BT to be the most criticised pay-TV company, with almost four times the industry average complaint level.

BT received 34 complaints per 100,000 subscribers about its broadband service in the first quarter, well ahead of the

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Choosing the right VoIP Phone System

When planning a new phone system or upgrading a legacy system it’s worth putting the time in to map your requirements first.

VoIP is the future of business communications. It can be up to 60% cheaper than a traditional phone system, it’s quickly and infinitely scalable and includes a huge range of advanced features not available on traditional phone systems.

However before approaching solution providers take some time to answer the following questions and build your list of requirements.

What type phone system are you currently using? Traditional phone or VoIP phone?
If you

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What is VoIP and How Will it Save us Money?

VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. Essentially, with VoIP you are making a call over the internet rather than over a traditional telephone line.

There are huge savings to be made by using VoIP over traditional telephony. With a traditional analogue telephone system, in order to make 10 simultaneous calls, you would need 10 individual telephone lines (this would mean 10-line rental charges). With VoIP, when using an uncontended voice approved broadband circuit, you can make up to 15 simultaneous calls on 1 telephone line.

When using VoIP and a cloud

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