Britain is due to leave the EU on March 29th, 2019. There is lots of uncertainty surrounding Brexit and how it will impact on businesses across the UK. Businesses who deal with Commsplus can be sure that their telecoms will remain live and stable.
Brexit has left many businesses, particularly SME businesses, feeling uncertain as to the trading and the economy of the country. One of the markets that has been affected by the Brexit uncertainty is the telecoms market.
Telecoms frameworks and other European directives may be affected byl Brexit, however, Commsplus will ensure that we maintain all our services within our control.
In short - no. Business telecoms in the UK won't suddenly 'turn off'. Our advice to all of our clients is not to worry about their communications or broadband. Commsplus will maintain the high level of service that we always strive to deliver to our clients.
Whether you have a hosted solution or a telephone system from Commsplus, you can be sure that your communications will be in safe hands come March 29th.
On March 29th, 2019, Britain is due to leave the European Union. We will ensure that we maintain all services within our control to keep our clients telephony up and running.
As part of our partnerships with Samsung and Mitel, Commsplus store enough hardware and stock to ensure that we can maintain our clients telephone systems in the event of import issues.
Commsplus will also maintain the high level of support and customer service that our customer are used to, continuing our in-house support and on-site maintenance for our clients.
If you have any questions about how Brexit may affect your telecoms, please get in touch with us on 01934 882200 or email email@example.com