More Deals Done! TAL Secures Two More Bases On The Cityfibre Network

When we stated on the Fibrenews podcast, that Nigel Barnett was on an acquisition mission, we meant it! Another two bases were added to the TAL group.

Telecom Acquisitions Limited (TAL) has agreed partnerships with ISPs No One Internet, and Link Broadband to acquire their customers signed up to the CityFibre network.

TAL CEO Nigel Barnett says he has never regretted entering the AltNet arena and claims the partnerships he is forging are a win-win for all parties. 

“These two companies specialise in the B2B space successfully and have large customer bases on other AltNets. Many of these businesses have quickly realised that acquiring a new customer is more expensive than they previously thought.  A partnership with TAL can reduce overheads, increase incomes, and, with no pressure on installation and router costs, enhance cash flows.”

TAL brands Home Telecom, Fleur Telecom, and Eclipse Broadband also have a well-established strategic partnership with TalkTalk and, more recently, Aurora Telecom, which is commencing a UK rollout.

“All customers joining the TAL group have the option of 24/7 customer support, which has garnered over 10,000 reviews on Trustpilot with an “Excellent” rating of 4.5 stars,” stressed Barnett.

“We are also very proud to hold ISO27001 and ISO9001 accreditation, fully UK based and award-winning billing and the unique ability to provide nationwide broadband coverage,” he added.

We had the chance to interview Nigel about his work within the consumer broadband arena, and you can listen to the podcast episode on our website or on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music & Google Podcasts.

Jonny Rae

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