Last week the Derby Telegraph published findings from the University of Derby’s annual research into the best businesses throughout Derbyshire. A1 Comms are proud to have jumped over 10 places to find themselves at number 54 on the list, behind the likes of Rolls-Royce and Toyota.Continue reading “A1 Comms Set Sights On the Top 10 Businesses in Derbyshire”
VoIP stands for Voice-over-Internet Protocol and is where phone calls are made via the internet rather than PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) or ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network), as used by traditional landlines. VoIP is something you may have heard of, or even have used on your personal mobile. But have you ever considered whether it could work for your business? More often than not, switching from to VoIP brings a whole host of benefits for your business, including big savings.Continue reading “How to Tell If VoIP Would Work for Your Company”
EE has chosen A1 Comms as its Best Dealer for the second time running, making it the first partner to win in consecutive years.Continue reading “A1 Comms Wins Prestigious Partner Award from EE, Second Year Running”
More than ten years on from when Steve Jobs brought us the original iPhone, Apple are hoping to set the world on fire again. 2017’s iPhone announcement gave us not one, not two, but three new phones to get excited about. This is an exciting time if you are looking for a new business smartphone.Continue reading “Introducing the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X”
The day has finally come – roaming charges in the EU have officially been scrapped. If you regularly do business abroad, your bills could be about to be slashed dramatically.
Since the end of April last year, roaming charges have been running at reduced costs and add-ons and extras have been available to cut costs even further. Now though, many trips won’t incur any additional fees whatsoever.Continue reading “EU Roaming Charges Now Extinct – What You Need to Know”
EE continues to be the standard bearer when it comes to 4G coverage in the UK according to a new study carried out RootMetrics.
The mobile network performance analysis found that EE had the largest coverage in fourteen of the UK’s most populous cities. Also included in the research were mobile network providers Vodafone, Three and O2.Continue reading “EE Continues to Reign Supreme in the 4G Game”