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Northern Ireland’s largest local telecommunications provider, Barclay Communications, has launched the ‘Barclay Backing Business Grant’ to play its part in supporting businesses facing financial difficulty following the pandemic.

 

The grant will provide £250,000 worth of communications packages and will provide successful applicants up to 12 months of free telecom solutions with a no purchase obligation. This includes fixed business landlines, broadbands and Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services.

 

Britt Megahey, founder and managing director at Barclay Communications said: “We recognise that businesses, especially when furlough ends, will need every penny they have to thrive and invest in their business wisely. To help some of those in that challenging position, we are offering to support their communication needs as they reconnect and resume business.”

 

Companies of all sizes are eligible to apply to the Barclay Backing Business Grant. Applicants will need to answer three simple questions – how Covid-19 has impacted your business; your average communication expenses during the pandemic; and how the scheme would benefit your business?

 

Deadline for entry is 5pm on Friday October 29 2021. Interested applicants can apply by visiting: https://www.barclaycomms.com/backing-business-grant/

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