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Who is UTelcom?

We are a dynamic, next generation consultancy, pioneering the communications industry with our innovative practice and bespoke solutions.

Unlike our competitors, we pride ourselves on offering you much more than just cost cutting measures for your telephony bills. Our team aim to cater to the needs of our diverse and ever-growing customer base by offering a range of services to fulfil your every requirement, from auditing to mobile service integration for all sizes of organisations.

What do UTelcom do?

Founded in 2002, we have since earned ourselves a reputation for a high quality and personalised service.

Specialising in providing traditional voice telephony and also emerging as a player in the IP and internet telephony field, we are well-known for our cost control and mobile implementation solutions.

We work with all major mobile networks, and are up-to-date with all the latest tariffs and handset offerings in order to provide you with an optimum service.

Put your trust in our experience and success

Due to our hard work and dedication, the team at UTelcom have been chosen by the NHS to help with their estate auditing and regulation of communications spend. Being trusted by such a renowned organisation assures you of our integrity and high standard of work.

Over the years, we have also been the telephony consultancy of choice for the following substantial organisations:

✔ Sumitomo Bank

✔ Tomkins PLC

✔ Royal Air Force Club

✔ Diocese of Westminster

✔ ...and many more

Become our next happy customer and save money on your communication expenditure today by calling our consultants on 020 3743 9369.

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