Lines & Calls

Chaser Communications Telecoms Newcastle directly supply telephone lines to your business. We offer lines that are initially put in place by Openreach, but we are able to reduce your costs by routing your calls through national networks.

If you need Analogue, ISDN or SIP IP services we can also provide these telecoms services along with network services like line rental, IP Lines & broadband.

Find out more info below or contact us by email or phone us on 08453403703.

Line Rental

business line rental

While other company's might try to save money by not calling out, with Chaser Communications Telecoms Newcastle Business Line Rental you can talk as much as you like. We can significantly reduce line rental costs whilst ensuring both your quality and resilience remain unaffected. All your current services can be transferred and the process ensures no loss of service and complete continuity of business throughout.

Call Charges

call charges

Because Chaser Communications Telecoms Newcastle has a unique arrangement you can now keep the resilience of the BT Network but reduce the charges you pay to call over it. It a simple, quick and easy way to dramatically reduce your monthly bills.

Line Rentals

Calls are based on company spend. Representative prices are;
Local / National 0.9p
Mobiles 6p

Analogue

£11/mo

ISDN2

£26.99/mo

ISDN30

£14/mo

Broadband

£19.99/mo

Fibre

£35/mo

FTTC

£40/mo

Telephone Lines & Cabling Services

Chaser Communications Telecoms Newcastle offer telephone line installation services throughout the UK, we can provide both fixed and IP telephone lines to your business and a range of professional cabling services to support your business. Chaser Comms provide expert installation of cat5, cat6, fibre and telecoms cabling. All of our technicians are trained to UK standards.

  • Analogue Lines
  • ISDN 2e & ISDN 30e
  • SIP
  • CAT5e, CAT6 & CAT6a Network Cabling
  • Broadband
  • Fibre
  • FTTC
Traditional analogue lines are based on BT copper cabling (CW1308 standard) and are now considered to be 'old-fashioned' in the business sector, most commonly found in residential dwellings and old commercial buildings.
Analogue lines have a limited feature set and are best deployed where only a single line is required for simple voice services (eg: a stand alone telephone), ADSL broadband servicsz, PDQ services or alarm system notification services.
We can provision new analogue lines on your behalf or reactivate old or disconnected lines too.
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) lines are the most popular choice of business telephone line today. ISDN lines are digital and their connections require fixing to a PBX Telephone System (such as OmniPCX telephone systems from Alcatel-Lucent) and provide many benefits over traditional analogue lines.
Digital ISDN lines are more reliable and are far superior to analogue lines. They are very robust, making them ideal for use in the business environment.
ISDN telephone lines are much more feature rich than older traditional lines. Key features include; caller ID, call forwarding and support for multiple extensions. ISDNs are business-grade telecoms lines, geared for use in the professional work place. ISDN technology allows multiple lines to co-exist on a single telephone number (something not possible with traditional analogue lines) and provide extensions for individual user targeting, call routing
Session Information Protocol (SIP), also known as 'VoIP' (Voice over Internet Protocol) connections, and allow the transfer of voice data over your broadband connection. SIP connections allow you to communicate with staff, colleagues, friends, clients and customers without the need for an additional standard analogue or ISDN telephone line - utilising your existing Internet connection instead.

SIP connections are heavily reliant upon a strong and resilient broadband connection. Factors such as speed, bandwidth, stability and reliability would affect your suitablility for SIP connection.
Our network engineers are able to install and maintain networks based on CAT5e, CAT6, and CAT6a standards.

The most common type of cabling installed these days is structured category 5e cabling, also referred to as cat 5 or cat 5e. Installed correctly, this will support connection of any device – telephone, fax, modem, bell, cordless phone, PC, Mac, network printer, server, network switch and so on.

In some instances, it may be preferable to install Category 6 cable, known as Cat 6 (or Cat6a). Cat 6 works at the same speeds at Cat 5e but offers better network performance. Both Cat 5e and Cat 6 will work to Gigabit speeds
Most broadband connections use ADSL over the BT Broadband telephone network, so in order to use one of the ADSL providers you would need to have standard phone lines installed.

How Does Broadband Work?

Broadband is a technology that transmits data at high speed along cables, ISDN / DSLs (Digital Subscriber Lines) and mobile phone networks. The term 'broadband' refers to a wide range of frequencies which can be divided into channels.
The speed and price of your broadband will depend on the way it is delivered.

Chaser Communications Telecoms Newcastle is a leading provider of telecommunications, broadband and network installation services. We offer customers (throughout the UK) a fast, reliable Broadband service based on a flexible and resilient infrastructure which delivers a high class, affordable service. Our impressive, high speed service and first class support service provides a considerably improved Internet experience.
The installation of fibre optic cable is the main backbone link between equipment rooms and telecommunications closets, of all major fibre optic network solutions, campus network solutions, and where there is a need for large network data transfer within data storage centres. It is also is the main back bone link for Metropolitan Area Networks (MAN), Local Area Networks (LAN), Wide Area Networks (WAN) or if there is a cable length issue with using copper cable solutions like Cat5 or Cat6 cabling systems (maximum 90m copper cable installation).

The real benefits in using this kind of cabling for the data industry are its ability to transfer data at high speeds over long distances and its immunity to Electro Magnetic Interference (EMI). There is also a security benefit – it’s very difficult to tap into a fibre cable to read the data signals over your network.

You can count on our installation and design solutions team to take care of all your cabling requirements. All of our solutions in this area are bespoke with your budget and requirements needs in mind. We offer a very cost effective cabling solution with your IT budget in mind, while still maintaining quality and integrity.
FTTC stands for Fiber to the Cabinet. It's a new sort of Broadband internet connection which, instead of using your existing copper phone line all the way from the telephone exchange to your house or office, uses a fiber-optic connection from the exchange to the "street cabinet" nearest to you. From there to your office it still uses the exiting copper wire. By reducing the amount of copper wire used in the connection the network is able to provide much higher connection speeds in both directions, and the loss of speed and reliability introduced by the copper line and connections in it are reduced.

Where traditional ADSL broadband offers speeds up to 8mb/sec or up to 24mb/sec on the newer exchanges, FTTC offers speeds of up to 40mb/sec, and upload speds of up to 2mb/sec or 10mb/sec depending on service level.