Announcement posted by Central Telecoms 13 May 2021
Central Telecoms, a locally owned & operated business-only Telco, has defied the challenges that the Global Pandemic has presented by doubling the size of their business and customer-base in 2020. Despite many regional businesses shutting the doors, Central Telecoms managed to open up more job opportunities across regional NSW and Victoria, with plans of opening up 40 more locations in 2021 and 2022. This momentum is a major move for not only Central Telecoms, but also for supporting the economic growth and employment rates of small townships, while embarking on their mission to shake up the Telecommunications Industry.
“Like many, we have been immensely frustrated by the major telecommunication providers out there, their false promises and lack of communication and integrity. Our objective is to stand up for everyday business customers who are being badly treated by the major telcos, and finally give them the quality of service and support they deserve.” says Graeme Johnston, Director at Central Telecoms. “We’re your local provider, we do not have customer service reps overseas. We are real people, providing real service over the phone, or face to face.”
This news comes in the wake of many recent accomplishments of the company, including:
· Being recognised as the fastest growing regional Telco in the 2020 CRN Fast50 Awards,
· Awarded as the 36th fastest growing Tech company in all of Australia in the 2020 CRN Fast50 Awards,
· Being the highest rated Australian Telco on Trustpilot, and
· Earning a Premier Partnership with Yealink – the global dominators of desktop SIP and communication technology
"Our vision is to become the telco of choice for regionally based businesses," says Graeme.
About Central Telecoms: Central Telecoms is a regional business-only Telco, founded on the principle of putting the customer first.