Orange distributor Midland Communications has relaunched fixed line broadband for its dealers to sell after withdrawing the product from its portfolio due to a slump in sales, following a series of problems to Orange’s broadband network.
The broadband is available on four tariffs and provides customers with speeds of up to 20 Mbps and a free wireless router which can handle traffic from six different computers.
Tariffs range between £7 to £20.50 per month. The lowest tariff comes with unlimited evening and weekend calls or for £9 per month, customers can keep their existing BT tariff. For £16.50 customers can move their line to Orange to be charged on one bill. Lastly, for £21, customers receive free landline calls and international calls to 30 countries.
Midland sales manager Peter Liley (pictured) said: “We removed Orange broadband for several months as customers experienced problems with it, which affected sales volumes.
“Orange has rectified the problems so we are confident that our dealers can now sell on the service and be assured that it is at the high quality they expect. It is an excellent opportunity for our partners to offer additional products to their existing Orange customers as well as new customers coming on to the network.
“They can make a good profit promoting these packages to businesses also.”