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Vaioni to Cover up to £6K of Fibre Leased Line Excess Construction Charges

Thursday, May 29th, 2014 (9:27 am) - Score 1,100

Manchester-based business ISP Vaioni has announced that it will offer up to £6,000 worth of cover against Excess Construction Charges (ECC), irrespective of operator choice, on all orders of its fibre optic based Leased Line services.

Excess construction charges reflect the additional costs that can sometimes occur when having a new business fibre line installed to an office building or property and they can run into many thousands of pounds.

Vaioni’s announcement follows BTOpenreach’s move to change the sliding scale of ECCs on their own point-to-point Ethernet Access Direct (EAD) products, which works by exempting the first £2,800 and swapping it with a simple balancing charge fee of £548 +vat (here).

Sachin Vaish, Managing Director of Vaioni, said:

This is a great incentive for UK based businesses. We want to see more businesses use fibre leased lines to connect to the internet and to unlock the true benefits of what Ethernet and Cloud Services can deliver to a business. Covering up to 6000GBP of additional charges across all of our UK Operators is fantastic. So for any customer or partner who has in the past received high ECC’s, it is worth talking to us.”

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