SA1 Telecoms is a leading Ofcom registered provider of telecommunications solutions, broadband and business mobile management.
Based in South Wales and growing rapidly our organisation now supports over 2000 extensions across the UK.
With our tailored approach to communications, our voice, internet and mobile products suit any size business. Whether you are a start up and require a simple office phone, or a large organisation and have a large-scale call centre SA1 can help!
The ability to communicate effectively and efficiently is the key to any successful business.About SA1 Telecoms
SA1 currently providing telecommunications and broadband to many varieties of organisations. We have experience helping start-ups begin their communications journey, as well as helping large scale call centres make the shift from old traditional telephony to new hosted cloud solutions.
Read our customer stories below to get an understanding on just how we have helped some organisations save costs, increase efficiency and gain greater management of their communications.
Sometimes the thought of changing suppliers seems daunting but changing to SA1 Telecoms couldn’t be easier! All you need to do is tell our skilled engineers, what you have and what you want. We will then analyse your usage and your situation. We will create the perfect solution for your organisation.
For more information on the step by step process see our becoming a SA1 customer, or just contact our engineers now to talk through your requirements.
We’re delighted to announce that all our engineers have completed training, passed their exams, and are accredited Wildix Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) Gold Partners.
The cultural shift from a traditional working environment to a modern workplace has accelerated over the past two years. This is primarily believed to be as a direct result of the recent COVID-19 pandemic and consequential lockdowns. The cultural shift from a traditional working environment to a modern workplace has accelerated over the past two years. This is primarily believed to be as a direct result of the recent COVID-19 pandemic and consequential lockdowns.
The Easter half term holidays are upon us and all working parents are frantically trying to create that work life balance. So, does your business have the communication channels in place to allow for remote working?