In light of Covid-19, we would like to offer all charities and voluntary and community organisations significant discounts off our normal rates. Please get in touch to talk about how we can help support you with remote working.

 

At Charityline, we offer a telecoms service that’s just for the Voluntary and Community sector. We’re the charity division of Standard Utilities, a leading provider of Third Sector telecoms solutions, and we offer significantly reduced rates and sector expertise to not-for-profit organisations in Northern Ireland.

How does Charityline work?

Most voluntary and community organisations pay too much for phone services, so when it comes to upgrading, it can often look like an unaffordable option. That stops you from being digitally progressive and making necessary telecoms changes.

By us cutting costs for the Voluntary and Community sector, we allow you to save money that can be used to either improve your phones and hardware, or spent on the things that matter most.

How much does it cost?

Up front, nothing. We’ll send one of our Charityline team out to review your current telecoms package. Then, based on this information – and any upgrade changes you might like – we’ll put together a proposal that’ll illustrate clearly the most suitable arrangement, showing you a breakdown of both costs and cost savings.

What telecoms solutions do you offer?

We offer a range of telecoms products – we’ve outlined some below, but you’ll find more information here. 

  • Wi-Fi
  • Broadband
  • VoIP/Hosted/Cloud-based solutions
  • Video Conferencing
  • Phone Systems

How do I start saving money?

If you’d like to start saving, and partner with a Third Sector telecoms expert, get in touch with us today. We’ve a host of sector clients you can look at here in case our word’s not good enough.

To chat, call 028 9032 8888 or email charityline@hellosu.com.

What others have to say…

“WOMEN’STEC has been with Standard Utilities for over four years now.  While cost is of course an important factor when choosing a provider, what’s increasingly important to us is consistent, quality customer service –  and Standard Utilities excel in this area.

 

Lynn Carville, Women’sTEC

“We’ve been with Standard Utilities since early 2016. They’ve taken the time to learn and understand our needs as a not-for-profit, to supply us with the highest quality.

 

Aileen McDermott, Linenhall Library