Why settle for
half a product?

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Old-school telcos like to sell network technology without real customer service to go with it.

We’re calling it out: that’s half a product.

With Macquarie Telecom, you’ll get exceptional technology with the world’s best customer service that’s right here in Australia.

Some things don’t work by halves.

Would you board a plane that was missing a wing? Or grab half an umbrella and step out into the rain? So think about this: why would you choose a telco that only provides half a product?

Here’s your half-product checklist
for old-school telcos.

Are some of these familiar?

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Slide If you've answered yes to any of these, you’re paying for half a product.
All technology, no service.
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Help comes from scripts instead of trained experts.

Downtime increases because complex problems can’t be solved quickly (or incorrect solutions are offered).

Onboarding mobiles, rolling out SD-WAN sites, or migrating a mobile fleet needs a project manager to be on-time and low-disruption.

Low-touch onboarding and migrations, with a call centre help number instead of a local project manager.

Impact on your business:

Long call waits for simple questions.

Delays inhibit productivity, because urgent problems can’t be fixed on the spot.

Call centre support is based off-shore to cut the carrier’s costs.

Offshore call centres often operate with limited training, and sometimes substitute a can-do attitude for genuine knowledge.

Nobody’s empowered to make a decision.

Script-based customer service often means friendly people with no authority to make a decision or resolve a problem.

Inflexible contract terms that serve your telco, not you.

Old-school telco contracts leave no room for your business to change, grow, or even downsize.

Half-product service:

Nobody takes ownership of your call, so you bounce from one person to the next.

Call centre people don’t have access to engineers.

Lost productivity for individuals and administrators in your business, delays in trying to get help.

Long delays waiting for complex technical problems to be solved. (While call centre staff send trouble tickets to distant engineers and often wait days or weeks for an update. )

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What something does is half the product.

The service that goes with it is the other half.

BaptistCare knew they deserved both.

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At Macquarie Telecom, we know what happens when things are done by halves.

Here’s how we provide the other half of every product we sell:

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    When you call us, you’ll come through to our capable team right here in Australia. Usually in under 2 minutes.

  • In our Sydney-based customer service Hub, engineers sit alongside our service team, to make sure your problems are solved fast.

  • When you migrate your LAN, mobiles or telephony to Macquarie, a local project manager will look after everything from start to finish.

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    Our account managers make it their business to know what your company wants to achieve, and will work with you to make it happen.

Our customer service is nothing like your typical telco's. And it’s got people talking.

Currently at +59, our NPS is by far the highest in our industry. It means our customers find us easy to work with, and keeps us accountable.

In 2020, we received the World Customer Service award from WCS, picked from 450 telcos globally.

And in 2022, we won a prestigious AFR “Best Places to Work” award based on our inclusive culture and customer-inspired Heartbeat program.

Currently at +59, our NPS is by far the highest in our industry. It means our customers find us easy to work with, and keeps us accountable.

In 2020, we received the World Customer Service award from WCS, picked from 450 telcos globally.

And in 2022, we won a prestigious AFR “Best Places to Work” award based on our inclusive culture and customer-inspired Heartbeat program.