Micron Talk Precious Minutes
Micron Talk, the telecommunications reseller, has launched a new charity initiative called "Precious Minutes" in order to raise money for Dorset's only children's hospice; Julia's House. The Precious Minutes scheme is a special tariff which will add a 1.5p connection charge whenever an outbound call is made from a premises on the scheme.
Micron Talk will initially be offering the tariff to local businesses and hotels, who will have the option of adding their own further donations to itemised bills. The scheme is particularly well suited to the hotel industry as it allows them to raise money for a worthwhile cause while also generating positive PR for themselves, and is part of Micron Talk's extended scheme of involvement in local affairs.
"We're absolutely delighted to be able to help raise funds for Julia's House", said Jonny White, Micron Talk. "We see this as a chance to make a real difference to the lives of life-limited children, as well as giving something back to the local area. It is a scheme which works for everybody, generating positive PR while slowly and reliably building up the pot from many affordable donations."
Micron Talk's service is based on Gamma Telecom's network infrastructure. Micron specialises in supplying communications solutions for the leisure and hotel industry, including IP Telephony and traditional fixed line telecoms, fixed or Wireless internet connections and various other data-based services.
Micron Talk specialises in supplying communications solutions to the hotel and hospitality industry.
The company has expertise in the supply, installation and maintenance of telephone systems, networks, WiFi and all other voice and data systems. Micron Talk also provides a highly efficient ‘single point of contact' maintenance plan to its customers.
Micron Talk has provided solutions for many of the most recognisable hospitality brands in the UK.
Julia's House is a registered charity that cares for life-limited and life-threatened children throughout Dorset, the majority of whom are not expected to live into adulthood.
Nurses and carers support the children and their families in their own homes and at Julia's House giving a much-needed break to parents who face the pressures of meeting the complex medical needs of their children, for weeks, months and often years.
The hospice is a happy and homely place and not clinical, as the emphasis at Julia's House is very much on giving the children the best possible time they can have. Current patrons include Martin Clunes and Harry Redknapp.
For further information Visit www.juliashouse.org