Home Telecom secures partnership with Let Alliance
May 09, 2018 by Spark Energy
Home Telecom, the specialist broadband supplier to the letting sector recently acquired by Spark Energy, and property services company Let Alliance, have signed a major partnership agreement.
The partnership will give some 2,000 letting agent customers of Let Alliance potential access to Home Telecom’s broadband and media packages, which are tailored, for the rental market.
Through letting agents who sign up, tenants can access Sky TV packages linked to the length of their tenancy alongside broadband services that are live in time for move in, while letting agents will generate incremental income for their businesses.
Ian Crowther, Spark’s commercial director said: “This deal is fantastic news for Home Telecom, collaborating with such a high-profile brand which is doing great things in the home move sector.
“Like us, Let Alliance is committed to adding value to letting agents and making life easier for tenants. So, this is a great opportunity for the company to showcase its value to landlords, letting agents and tenants, providing a range of packages created for convenience, value and quality of service.
“We’re really pleased to have agreed a partnership with Let Alliance.
Andy Halstead, Founder and CEO at Let Alliance, said: “Let Alliance work exclusively with letting agents. We are committed to developing our proposition and creating new partnerships, like this one with Home Telecom, that help to add value to our letting agent customers.
“In Home Telecom, we’re delighted to be partnering with a company that knows the lettings market and offers packages that work for customers within it.”
Home Telecom, which is part of the Spark Group, is the UK’s only provider of short-term Sky TV packages while their broadband deals can be as short as 30 days. The company has reached new heights for its customer satisfaction with customers rating it the service as ‘Great’ on customer review site, Trustpilot.
Let Alliance work exclusively with letting agents to offer services including intelligent referencing, nil deposit, nil excess rent garantee and specialist insurance services.
Spark acquired Sussex-based Home Telecom in April 2017, creating the first multi-utility company aimed specifically at the home move market.