Free phones for local Schools


School Phone Systems are a very important piece of equipment to help with the day to day running of medium & large busy organisations.

Does your school require free phones for your phone system?

Statcom Telecoms spent the day delivering phones to our local schools last Friday. Statcom is having a massive clear out of equipment that is no longer required. We have a large volume of phones that are clean and in good working order, but sadly have no resale value. We decided to offer them as free phones for our local schools just in case they were struggling with old phones that weren’t working properly.

On Friday about 30 ‘Lazer 907’ business free phones were donated and delivered to six schools in our area. As well as saving these schools money, it helps the environment by re-using and reducing the amount of fully working telecoms equipment, which would otherwise be going to landfill.


After delivering them, we even had time to pop in to the Holte Suite at Villa Park Football Ground, to meet our business peers attending and exhibiting at The Midland Business Network’s expo #MBNEXPO18

Statcom Telecoms also supply free phone – desk units – to schools for pupils to familiarise themselves with & practice having telephone conversations in the classroom with each other. Furthermore, it will increase the child’s confidence for interacting with people over the telephone (not mobile phones or social media) and help give them a good foundation for later in life.

Statcom Telecoms are members/ sponsors of the Dudley Association of School Business Managers, Birmingham Bursars’ Group, & the Sandwell Bursar Group. We are experienced at working in the education sector and come recommended by these groups if you need a referral for Statcom Telecoms to supply equipment and services for your school.

We have flexible working hours to suit each particular school and scenario to minimise disruption when working on School Phone Systems and Computer Data cabling.  We are proud to support the free phones for local school’s initiative.

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