Refer a Friend
When they sign up, you’ll both get £100 credit or an iPod Nano
How does Refer a Friend work?
Refer a Friend allows a customer of Chess (“Referrer”) to register another business as a potential customer (“Friend”). The Friend cannot be a subsidiary or related directly to the Referrer in any way. If the Friend subsequently signs up as a Chess Customer both Referrer & Friend will receive a gift of their choosing. Referrer must still be in contract with Chess to receive the free gift. All referrals subject to satisfactory credit checks of both Referrer & Friend.
Credits are to the value of £100 and will be applied after 2 full months of billing by the new customer. The agreed amount will be deducted from the total net value of the bill up to no more than the total net value of the bill. Residual amounts will be carried over into any other month.
of the bill up to no more than the total net value of the bill. Residual amounts will be carried over into any other month.
An iPod Nano is an alternative option to the £100 credit. The item selected will be despatched after the 1st full month of billing & will be sent to the billing address of Referrer/Friend. We reserve the right to vary the items available from time to time, & we make no obligation to supply the gift selected if it has been replaced within the scheme by another gift Items will not be dispatched if either friend or referrer is deemed to be in breach of contract in the future.
Why refer to us?
- Referring a friend to Chess Telecom means you will both benefit from great savings, award winning customer service and our never beaten on price guarantee
- There’s no limit to the amount of friends you can refer!
- Since 1993 we have been dedicated to serving the needs of UK businesses
- We are one of the UK’s largest suppliers of business voice and data solutions serving over 40,000 customers
- We focus on being ‘a great place to work a great place to be a customer’ and for the last 6 years have been listed a ‘Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work For’