XLN calls to mobiles still cheaper than BT

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Much heralded ‘BT price cut’ keeps BT more expensive than XLN

BT have announced ‘dramatic price cuts’ in the cost of calling mobiles from landlines – but the much anticipated cuts leaves BT and ‘considerably more expensive than XLN Telecom’ according to James Wilson, Marketing Director.

XLN Telecom has 130,000 small business customers across the UK and has been ‘consistently the lowest price provider to small businesses – and the BT price cut only serves to highlight how much more expensive they were – and remain’ continued Wilson.

On 1 April, Ofcom placed a cap on the amount mobile operators could charge for mobile termination rates; the wholesale charges that mobile operators make to other operators to connect calls to their networks. Now BT said it will pass on the first of those savings to its customers.

XLN Telecom was recently listed as #6 in the 2011 Sunday Times Buyout Track and #84 in the Sunday Times Profit Track 2011 having posted a 100% profit increase from 2008 to 2010.

About XLN Telecom

XLN Telecom Ltd. was founded by Christian Nellemann in 2002. It is located in London, United Kingdom and supplies business phone lines and business broadband to 130,000 customers. Deregulation of the UK Telecom’s industry has enabled XLN to offer an alternative phone service to BT™ at a considerably lower cost.

XLN is the fastest growing independent Telecom Service Provider in the UK focusing on the Small Business sector. The company is profitable and backed by a leading institutional investor.

XLN’s founder and CEO was first recognised as Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year in 2006 for Technology and Communication, winning again in 2010. The Telecom Provider has also been a National Business Awards Finalist for 5 years: 2004, 2005, 2006, 2009 and 2010. In 2007 and 2008, XLN Telecom was ranked on the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 survey of the 100 fastest growing technology companies in the UK.

In 2011 XLN was listed as #6 in the Sunday Times Buyout Track 100 and #84 in the Sunday Times Profit Track. IN 2010 and 2011 XLN also won British Venture Capital Association (BVCA) awards for ‘Best Private Equity Backed Management Team’.

More details at: http://www.xlntelecom.co.uk


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