Opportunities for dealers to earn domestic revenue share of up to 45 per cent
Chess Partner Services has revealed that its new O2 commercial structure which offers O2 Approved partners the chance to earn up to 45 per cent domestic revenue share on new and existing contracts.
The new commercials take effect from April 1 and will see Approved partners revenue share rise from 40 per cent if they sign with Chess for two years. The changes are part of O2’s revamp of its business-to-business offering through the launch of the Direct Partner Network at the beginning of next month.
A new connection bonus will also be introduced for which will offer a bonus of up to £230 for all new voice connections. 50 per cent revenue share is also available when resigning contracts with less than 12 months remaining.
Partners selling any O2 Digital Product (McAfee, Box, O365, Just Call Me) will also earn an additional £20 per connection, plus revenue share when the product is activated.
O2 Approved Partners can also receive a quarterly bonus of £5,000 as part of Chess’ new ‘125 Club’. This will be offered for partners who achieve 125 new voice connections, 125 customers Re-Signs, 125 Digital connections, and have less than 8% churn on O₂.
“The new O₂ commercials are an opportunity for our partners to reap further rewards for themselves and is in recognition of our partners’ loyalty to Chess Partner Services and to O₂.’, said sales director John Pett.
Last week Chess launched its Elite Partner Programme which the distributor claims that its base can earn a further £16,000 every year with a new commercial bonus structure and take part in a number of incentives to win cash, holidays and event tickets.