Your dial tone/internet service provider is taking advantage of you - but it doesn't have to be that way.
I’m sorry to be so blunt, but it’s true.
I’ve been in the telephone business for thirty years, and I’ve seen it all. And this is what I’ve been seeing lately:
Dial tone and internet service providers are selling you more than you need, and charging you too much.
New technology (VoIP, SIP Trunking) becomes available but they don't tell you about it.
They use technical jargon to overwhelm you (and bore you to tears). The result? You let them tell you what the best plan is for you. It often isn’t.
They offer faster internet and lower dial tone prices to new customers, but not to you. Big surprise, right?
When they drop their prices and improve their plans, they don’t tell you.
You end up paying DOUBLE what you should every month. Blows me away.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Let me take a look at your internet and phone bill.
The next time you open your monthly bill, it’s HALF what it was.
Your internet speed doubles or triples. Employees clap when you walk by.
You pull out your calculator and figure out your annual savings.
It happened to me – and I fixed it.
Years ago, I looked at our office phone & internet bill and was shocked at what we were spending. I've been in the business for over thirty years - I knew something was very wrong.
So, I immediately got on the phone with Spectrum, my own service provider.
As we discussed the bill, I noticed some eye-opening things:
The sales rep was using trade jargon a lot. If I hadn’t known the technology and terms, they would have sold me on whatever plan they suggested.
On more than one occasion, I found that the rep on the phone was using the terminology incorrectly.They don’t always know what they’re selling!
One sales rep knew about packages and alternative services that another didn’t. I actually requested a package by name and was told it didn’t exist! How can you get the best packages and services if you phone rep doesn’t even know about them?
I was on the phone with someone with only the most basic understanding of dial tone and internet options, and they were deciding what I needed?? Wrong.
In one phone call, I rearranged my phone lines – and cut my bill from over $200 to $97! In less than two hours, I saved my company $1,236 in annual expenses. And it never would’ve happened without my 30+ years of experience and knowledge. Two years later, I upgraded to internet-based dial tone, and reduced it even more! That's right - an upgrade in technology costs much less and doubles or triples internet speed!
Then I thought: I bet all of my customers are over-paying. After just a few phone calls, I found out I was right. Most of them were paying too much for slow internet and unnecessary services! There is a better way.
Chances are, you’re paying 50%-70% too much for your phone and internet. And that's a typical scenario - I see it all the time. Look at your bill – what are you paying? Now imagine that number cut in half. Better? Better!
That’s where I come in.
Call me, and let me tackle your phone bill. You have nothing to lose, and a lot to gain. It starts with a free consultation phone call. I don't get anything for the service providers, and am not loyal to any of them. I work for you.
Or you could just do it yourself...just kidding. Yes, you could Google all the technobabble and teach yourself about the latest technologies in internet and phone service. But in the end you’d give up and call me anyway. (Or worse, give up and let them continue to overcharge you.) I’ve seen this too many times to count.
Instead, use my 30+ years of experience. In the hundreds of calls I’ve made, I’ve never found a situation where I couldn’t save my customers money. Let me do the same for you. And if I don’t save you enough money to offset my fee, you don’t pay me. It’s as simple as that.
This is a decision that pretty much makes itself.
Don’t put it off.
If you put this on the back burner, it’ll stay there longer than you think. Before you know it, a year will have gone by and you will have wasted 12 months’ worth of savings (thousands of dollars, usually). I’ve seen it dozens of times.
So call or email us. And do it now, so you can smile the next time you open your phone bill.
I can't wait to talk to you,
(210) 824-5035 x308