Entanet is igniting the channel’s full fibre opportunity with a price promotion on CityFibre 100/100 Ethernet services
Entanet is offering resellers the chance to utilise maximum bandwidth on ultra-fast 100/100Mbps Ethernet connectivity for just £175* until the end of September – a lower price than others charge for 10Mbps/100Mbps services.
Entanet is making highly-profitable, entry-level full fibre connectivity an even more exciting proposition by offering all new CityFibre 100Mbps connections ordered with a 100Mbps bearer* for just £175 per month.
The new promotion means channel partners can access 100Mbps/100Mbps Ethernet services for a lower price than most 10Mbps/100Mbps services from other carriers. The discount is made available to resellers, allowing them to pass on additional benefits to their customers or incorporate the service as part of an overall value proposition. There is no limit to the number of services each partner can purchase.
The offer is also aligned with the national Gigabit Voucher Scheme which offers up a further saving of up to £2500 off the total cost of ownership of new Gigabit-capable connections for SMEs.
Commenting on the new promotion, Entanet’s Head of Sales, Paul North, said: “CityFibre’s ultra-modern, future proof and intelligent full fibre network represents a massive opportunity for channel partners to claim a hugely profitable share in a largely untapped market. This exciting promotion puts this opportunity right into the hands of proactive and success-hungry channel partners by enabling them to offer an extremely reliable, robust and ultra fast Ethernet service to businesses at an unbeatable price.”
North added: “Full fibre services are truly transformational for businesses across the UK and as a CityFibre company, we’re on a mission to open up these huge advantages to as many businesses as possible.”
You can find out more about our new 100/100 promotion by registering your interest: 100/100Mbps for £175
*Price presented is the cost to channel partners excluding VAT
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