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Christian Nellemann, founder and CEO of XLN, believes governments, across all parties, have failed to address the issues independent businesses are facing.
But afterwards he found XLN terms and conditions capped the number of minutes for calls under what it calls "fair use" policy.
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XLN Telecom chief executive Christian Nellemann said: "There are so many ways small businesses can save money on heating costs over winter - even basic things like switching equipment off at the wall, or installing better insulation.
Here, James Wilson, marketing director at XLN Telecom, shares his cheap and easy tips on SEO:
Clearwater picked up the UK Financial Advisory Team of the Year gong at the ACQ Country Awards, as well as accolades at the M&A Atlas Awards for its advisory roles on Mibelle's cross-border acquisition of Hallam Beauty and the secondary buyout of XLN Telecom by ECI Partners.
Coun Michael Wilkes took part in the Dosa Challenge along with the NEC's senior head chef Darren Proud and James Wilson from event sponsors XLN Telecom at the NIA.
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XLN chief executive Christian Nellemann said: "Our survey shows that in employment terms, small to medium-sized enterprises are starting to turn the corner, but they feel angry by the lack of meaningful support shown to them over the last 18 months by the Government.
British business telecoms company, XLN Telecom, said today that it has to introduced a range of mobile phone services for its customers from 1 December 2009.
The survey, by telecoms company XLN Telecom, found just 2% predicted they would be forced to close next year while 18% actually thought they would thrive in the New Year.