READER OFFER | Bounce Back Connection Scheme

Along with extending the £2,500 Gigabit Voucher Scheme, Telcom has created a national Bounce Back Connection Scheme to support small businesses.

Mindful that the immediate financial impact of the coronavirus has been severe for many businesses, Telcom wants to support fellow SMEs who are looking at what discounts are available from their service providers.

What is the Bounce Back Connection Scheme?

The Bounce Back Connection Scheme (BBCS) by Telcom enables businesses to access affordable ultrafast internet connections with pricing plans that are supportive of immediate cash flow constraints. The scheme helps small and medium-sized businesses who have been impacted by the Covid-19 outbreak to ease into the cost of their internet connection over time.

Telcom is offering businesses the opportunity to ramp up their monthly spend from 0% (free) in month one to 100% in month five. This gives business immediate financial relief with a slow ramp to paying the normal monthly rate.

Am I eligible?

To be able to take advantage of Telcom’s Bounce Back Connection Scheme you must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a business based in the UK and classed as an SME
  • Purchase a new leased line internet connection from Telcom with:
    • a minimum bandwidth of 100Mb or doubling your existing connections bandwidth
    • A minimum term of 36 months
    • The business has been adversely impacted by the coronavirus

To find out more, please view the full eligibility criteria.

Find out more and apply

To find out if you are eligible and apply for your discount, please follow these three easy steps:

Call Telcom now on 0330 122 2970 or email to speak with us about how these schemes could support your business.

Telcom will take care of your BBCS application throughout the process. No additional forms or paperwork,

Once agreed, our gigabit connection is installed within days, subject to survey, and is subsidised by the scheme.

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