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As an organisation that only provides its products and services to social housing providers, Social Telecoms CIC have been created to meet the specific requirements of your sector. We are partnered with the UK leading networks and wholesale telecoms providers and offer their products at sector-leading prices with our own personalised customer service and social value.
We're built around the requirements of Registered Providers of Social Housing - so we're a registered social enterprise and Community Interest Company. This means that, just like you, our surplus goes to benefit the community rather than to maximise shareholders and owners profit and we offer social value in the form of Digital Inclusion solutions for their residents.
Community Interest Companies (CIC) are limited companies (Ltd.) with special additional features created for the use of people who want to conduct a business or other activity for the benefit of communities, and not purely for private advantage.
As we're the only telecommunications company who are also a Community Interest Company, you can be sure you will receive pricing and service from a like-minded organisation who put the well-being of your communities before profit for shareholders.
With over 15 years experience in IT and business telecoms, we can offer our customers a reliable and cost effect fixed line or SIP telephony service. We are passionate about delivering top quality landlines, Direct Internet Access circuits, broadband, and networking that keep our social housing customers connected to their tenants, customers and suppliers.
We are providing real social value by working with our customers to help reduce the digital divide. Our products and services assist Registered Providers of Social Housing spread digital inclusion in their communities - helping them set themselves up for the Universal Credit and boost the personal and social well-being of their tenants.
A social enterprise is a business with social objectives whose surpluses are reinvested for that purpose in the business or in the community, rather than being driven by the need to maximise profit for shareholders and owners.