Emergency Same Day Engineers

Need an engineer onsite now? Tel: 0800 849 8585

At Midland Telecom Networks Ltd, we can provide an Emergency Same Day Engineers , anywhere in the UK and usually within four working hours. This service comes as standard for all of our support service customers. We can still provide emergency engineers for non-support customers, but the support will be charged at an hourly rate. Our team of experienced engineers specialise in the following:

  • IT support
  • Avaya systems
  • Aastra systems
  • NEC systems
  • BT telephone systems
  • Panasonic systems
  • Nortel systems
  • LG systems
  • Siemens systems

All you need to do to get an Emergency Same Day Engineers onsite today is call our team on 0800 849 8585 and ask for support. If you are a non-support customer, you will need to have a credit/debit card at hand to pay the up-front cost. The basic charge is £95+vat. We will need to know which systems you have as well as any details of the suspected fault. Once you have made the call, the engineer will be dispatched to you to diagnose and repair the fault. Please note that any hardware required for the repair will be chargeable, along with an hourly rate of £45.00+vat after the first hour for non-support service customers.

At Midland Telecom Networks Ltd, we are specialists in Information Technology, Communications Technology and Mobile Communications. This means that all of our data engineers are proficient in business communication systems by all of the leading brands – from installation through to maintenance and repairs.

If you need an engineer onsite today call our team on 0800 849 8585. We also offer support services which could save you money in the future; prices start from as little as a few pounds per month so call us today to discuss your options.

Want to know more more our Emergency Same Day Engineers service, watch our video on Emergency Same Day Engineers.

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