Frequency upsizes HQ for expansion


Handset and accessories distributor Frequency Telecom has moved to offices around twice the size of its old site to enable its expansion.

The Chessington-based company, along with its B2B subsidiary Jelly Communications, moved to its new premises two doors away from the old site in Leatherhead, where it has been since the company was founded in 2002, earlier this week.

Marketing manager Stephen Donovan said: "We have 30 staff here but limited space in our former building restricted us from building on that. The move now allows us to do that and expand the Frequency and Jelly businesses.

"Over the coming months we’ll look to launch a number of initiatives based around accessories and data because we are now in a good position to take the business forward."

Managing director Gareth Limpenny (pictured) added: "We wanted to double the size of office and warehouse accommodation and looked at many premises in the area. When it became available just two doors down, we jumped at the opportunity to take it."