Category: Blog

How to deal with a loss of Internet Connectivity

This week, hundreds of thousands of people reported issues as a result of BT’s internet service going down.  This incident highlights the fact that even the biggest Internet Service Providers (ISPs) can suffer from downtime, so what can you do to keep your business working whilst your Internet service isn’t? Consider remote working If your … Continued

Non-Geographic Call Services (NGCS) changes and your responsibilities

As a provider of Non-Geographic Call Services (NGCS) there are some important changes that 4Com need to make you aware of. Changes come into effect next year that will impact any organisation that currently uses 084x, 087x, 09 or 118 services. From the summer of 2015 you will be required to advertise the cost of … Continued

Telecom Christmas Survival Guide

December brings a busy time to any office, whether it’s organising the staff Christmas Party, organising the staffing cover or simply getting ready for the New Year, there are always some jobs that can be overlooked. At 4Com we want your festive period to run as smoothly as possible, so why not use this Survival … Continued

4Com announced as sponsor for Benali’s Big Run

4Com Telecommunications company announced as main sponsors for ‘Benali’s Big Run’. Francis Benali, local Southampton man and former Southampton FC defender is facing on his biggest challenge yet. To run almost 1000 miles between all 20 Premiership Football Clubs and to complete this in just 21 days. He will start his epic challenge on Sunday … Continued

4Forty: 4Com Step to June Challenge

We are delighted to announce the latest in our long line of charity challenges: 4Forty.  4Forty is in keeping with our recent history of gruelling physical challenges and will see members of staff attempting to complete the Lyke Wake Walk, 42 Miles over the North Yorkshire Moors to raise money for Variety, the Children’s Charity.  … Continued

BlackBerry: Is a $423m loss progress?

One of the more striking financial statements to be released recently was that of BlackBerry, who announced a $423 million loss for their fourth quarter. At first glance, naturally people would think these figures would be of serious concern to BlackBerry CEO John Chen, but he was optimistic about the outlook for his company. This … Continued