Skip page header and navigation



Identify businesses or buildings that could benefit from Telcom’s services and get rewarded. 

Business continuity

Our Advocate partnership scheme

Telcom is rapidly building a 100% full fibre network across Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, Birmingham & Cardiff. 

Our Advocate partnership scheme is perfect for anyone that wants to recommend our services and receive a reward for doing so.

If you want to work with us and become an advocate, it’s really simple.

How does it work?

A Telcom advocate helps to spread the word about Telcom services by referring potential business or building customers to Telcom . Here’s how it works:

1. Find a lead

Keep an ear open for any businesses that might be moving offices shortly or interested in upgrading their internet. Or a building that needs upgrading.

2. Refer the lead

When you come across a business or building that you think might be interested in a Telcom solution, get in touch with us to begin the referral process. 

3. Get rewarded

Once the Lead has been closed and the services have gone live with Telcom, the reward fee payment is unlocked and added to your account.

*Subject to an order being placed and the associated monthly spend.

What can you refer?

Up to £1,000

Business connections

Whatever the size of company, Telcom have the right connectivity solution to help a business flourish. For business connectivity leads that you refer, you could receive a payment of £1,000*. Payment to defined by whether the business is located on our network. 

£250 per building


We’re always looking for new commercial multi-dwelling unit buildings or business parks / industrial estates to upgrade with our industry leading connected building Preconnect® solution. If you know of a landlord that you think could benefit from this please submit a referral.

*For all business leads, the customer service must be more than £200 MRR per month to qualify.

Picture of a member of Staff

Get in touch

Begin your journey as a Telcom Advocate and get in touch today