Thursday, 12 February 2009

WOW - Utilities Warehouse - Company of the year

This is Fantastic news!
Telecom plus has been short-listed for the title of “Company of the Year” at this year's PLC Awards Dinner.

This event was founded in 1987 to reward excellence in the smaller quoted company sector.

The winners of each of the eight award categories are presented with their awards at the annual PLC Awards Dinner, which is "the" City event of the year. It is attended by 1,500 guests, including quoted companies, investment banks, fund managers, investment analysts, and corporate advisors.

Voting is open to members of the public, and anyone can cast a vote online at the following address:

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Thursday, 5 February 2009

Beauty or bonuses?

Where once upon a time much of us had a disposable income, the current credit crunch, and the return to thrift, has jeopardised many selling based businesses. Avon, for example used to garner those with free time a commission based income, while obviously meeting the needs of its customers. These days potential customers are more likely to be found poring over their gas bills rather then browsing for luxury purchases.

Utility warehouse was in a similar vein to the kleeneze and betaware enterprises, but more importantly, not only does it enable people to save money in these troubled times, it also offers its representatives an unprecedented opportunity to earn unlimited amounts. By offering people a chance to reduce their bills Utility Warehouse staff generate not only a one-off commission, but a constant source of residual income. Gas, electric, phone and broadband are all supplied by this company, recommended by WHICH? Magazine, and every time a customer which has signed up to reduce their bills and uses one of these services, the representative profits. Imagine being paid every time someone you've helped to save money switches on a light or television, turns the heat on, or picks up the phone to make a call? Utility warehouse does just that, paying you a percentage of each bill, which they continue to do every single time the services are used!

As you can imagine, rather than the one off profit offered by many companies, this opportunity continues to earn you money and just as importantly, help more people who want to save money. It really is a situation in which everyone emerges the winner!! This part-time/full-time and hugely flexible venture has enabled people to retire in a few years, rather than generations, and especially in the current climate is growing and growing. Incentives are easily achieved, and range from holiday cruises to free cars. The best bit being you really are your own boss, and your doing something positive. - Utilities Warehouse Business Opportunity - Business breakdown - Cheaper utilities like gas, electricity, broadband, mobile and landline phones - Utilities and other services

Why Utilities?

The current financial situation is seeing everyone take a much more conservative and cautious approach to their finances. Gone are the days of haphazard and reckless spending. Thrift is the watchword of the day, and it was enabling and encouraging their customers to keep track of their spending and organize their finances which allowed the Utilities Warehouse discount club to enter, in winter of 2008, a time when many companies were going bust, the FTSE 250.

A rapidly expanding concern, genuinely trying to enable their customers to take advantage of huge discounts, and relying on word of mouth and customer recommendations, they trade as Telecoms Plus, and bulk buy from all the major companies in the UK. Rather than waste money on massively expensive advertising and pass those inflated charges to the customer, Utilities Warehouse sells the Utilities at hugely reduced rates.

Providing gas, electricity, phone, broadband, Broadcall, mobile phone services and blackberries at lower and more reasonable tariffs has enabled Utility warehouse to expand and their satisfied customers cannot praise them enough. Huge savings are available in every arena of utility, and hundreds more are jumping on the bandwagon every day...................

The range of services available includes:

Home Phone: Guaranteed savings on call charges compared to BT’s best prices, with free calls to UK and many popular international landline destinations. With line rental costing just £8.99 a month, you can easily save over £50 per year, compared with the price paid by most BT residential customers.

Mobile Phone: ValuePay (the pay as you go service) offers fantastic value at just 12p per minute at any time for all standard calls (even including mobiles on other networks). Utilities warehouse also offer two great pay monthly tariffs: ValueTalk: which is the UK’s cheapest bundled tariff, costing from just 310 a month, and also ValueCall, which combines the UK’s cheapest monthly line rental with calls at just 8p per minute, including calls to mobiles on other networks. Blackberries are also available.

Gas and Electricity: Utilities Warehouse offers a Triple Value Guarantee. This states that the gas will always be cheaper than that provided by British Gas, no matter where the customer lives in the UK. For the electricity, they guarantee their prices will always be cheaper than the prices charged by the regional electricity supplier, for their customers. Finally, for the peace of mind of all utility Warehouse customers, they guarantee that their prices will always remain competitive with those charged by the Big Six energy suppliers.

Broadband: Utility Warehouse provides a choice of high quality and low cost broadband services, with free technical supports.

Broadcall: The great value service offered by Utilities Warehouse combines low cost telephone calls, line rental and a high speed broadband internet connection at an amazingly low package price. - Cheaper utilites like gas, electricity, broadband, mobile and landline phones - Utilites and other services - Utilities Warehouse Business Opportunity - Business breakdown