The choice is yours when shopping for business phone and internet:

Work with telephone and cable company sales reps or a telecom agent. You could schedule meetings with multiple telcos or one meeting with CarrierBid. A CarrierBid professional will analyze your company’s current setup and discuss your goals, shop the relevant providers and deliver a line by line comparison of your three or four best options.

Dealing with carrier sales reps, from companies like AT&T, Verizon, Comcast and CenturyLink, requires multiple meetings and followup, biased information and sales pressure. The alternative, working with CarrierBid, requires only one meeting. You’ll receive unbiased expertise and we’ll act as your customer advocate.

Are you a telecom expert? Do you want to become one? Not many people do. Let CarrierBid be your telecom expert.

Carrier Sales Reps act in their company’s best interest, will only tell you what they want you to hear and disappear after the sale. CarrierBid will work in your best interests, disclose everything and provide ongoing customer support.

Turnover is high in telecom; who knows if your sales rep will be around when you need them. CarrierBid professionals are former cable and phone company account managers. They have insider’s knowledge, possess years of experience and are in it for the long haul.

CarrierBid pits the telcos against each other, to drive down costs. Working with CarrierBid won’t cost you money, it will save you money. Working with CarrierBid is in your IT staff’s best interest. We’ll save them time and deliver the best solutions, pricing and contract terms.

If your business would like our help when procuring any telecom product or service, contact CarrierBid telecom consulting services today or complete the web form on the right side of this page.

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