What we do
Primrose Telecom provides a high quality telecommunications service to the Constituency Offices.
How you benefit
Constituency Offices on BT or any other telecoms provider can benefit from the service which encapsulates lower costs for both telephone lines and calls.
Any business large or small can benefit from the services by applying direct to Primrose Telecom.
We aim to provide an exceptionally high level of service, with bills issued via email and each location having access to its own unique online reporting tool. Additional support and expertise are available to assist with further cost saving initiatives if required.
The Primrose is among the first signs of spring. To gardeners the first sight of the primrose’s green leaves is a welcome one. The perennial Primrose grows stronger and stronger year after year. Its botanical name is the ‘Primula’ which in Latin means ‘little first one’. Benjamin Disraeli's favorite was the yellow primrose which has a proud legacy in British history. The first coloured primrose appeared in England in the 17th century. When Disraeli died on April 19, 1881, protocol prevented Victoria from attending the Prime Minister's funeral because of his status as her subject. The Queen, however, sent two wreaths of primroses to be laid on his casket. England's Primrose day (April 19th) was instituted in his honor.