Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 16 September 2014

Lakeland boost for BT

Peter Morris, BT director of consumer and corporate services, launches the new service aided by Indiana Jones and Charlie Chaplin lookaliakes

BT is hoping to ring up more sales with the opening of its latest ‘mall store’ at the Erneside Shopping Centre in Enniskillen.

It follows the launch of similar outlets at Belfast’s CastleCourt and Londonderry’s Richmond Centre shopping complexes.

The outlet allows shoppers to check out the latest special offers, and experience first hand, the wide range of the products and services BT has to offer, such as broadband, phone packages and digital TV.

Peter Morris, BT director of consumer and corporate services, said: “Since the opening of our BT stores in Belfast’s Castlecourt Shopping Centre and Derry’s Richmond Centre, we have received great feedback from both customers and our own teams. Customers found the face-to-face contact and in-store demonstrations really useful and we were eager to extend this offering to Enniskillen.

“The Enniskillen area is very important for BT and forms a significant part of our continuing development.

“We want to provide all of our customers in the area with a high level of service and offer a range of innovative products to help make the most of home communications.”

He added: “We are delighted to be back on the high street and customers visiting the stand will be able to experience BT Vision, our digital TV package and our broadband and new home phone services will be brought to life through customer demonstrations.” The shop will be conveniently located on the main mall of the shopping centre.

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