5 Benefits of Choosing a Monthly Internet Contract

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5 Reasons to Love One Month Rolling Contracts

One of our favourite things about being an independent telecoms provider is that it gives us the freedom to do things differently. A key way we do this is by offering a range of options for customers looking for a monthly internet contract or monthly phone contract.

We’re proud of our 30 day rolling contract options. Though longer contract terms can be a more cost-effective option over time, sometimes it makes sense for our customers to keep things casual.

Thinking about opting for a monthly internet contract or a monthly phone contract? Here are 5 reasons to love rolling contracts.

  1. They’re completely flexible
  2. Signing up for a twelve or twenty-four-month contract can be a big commitment, especially if you’re not completely sure what you need from your telecoms provider. Thirty-day rolling contracts are flexible and open to change from month to month, so you can make changes whenever you need to.

  3. They’re a great way to try out a service
  4. Sometimes you need to try something out to really know whether it’s right for you. Monthly contracts are an excellent low-risk way to do this. Whether you’re looking at hosted voice over IP services, phone lines or internet connections, a flexible thirty-day contract can allow you to explore whether it works for you.

  5. They’re perfect for temporary solutions
  6. Sometimes you need a business solution short term. Promotions, sales events, holiday periods, recruitment drives, office moves or pop up businesses can all benefit from temporary phone lines, internet connections and voice services. A monthly phone contract or internet contract can be an easy, cost-effective way to do this.

  7. There are no early termination fees
  8. Many companies who offer twelve or twenty-four-month contracts charge high fees to break the contract early. If you’re unsure whether you can commit to a full contract term, a monthly contract is an excellent alternative. They can be brought to a close at the end of any month, no additional fees required.

  9. They allow you to get to know a new provider

Many phone and broadband contracts are long. You may be unsure about entering into one of these contracts with a provider you haven’t worked with before. Rolling contracts offer you the chance to get to know a new provider with no strings attached.

Interested in dipping your toes into our service options with the help of a 30-day rolling contract? We offer this contract type for our business broadband, business phone lines, hosted VoIP and SIP trunk phone lines.