Landline Phones Leads

Fresh Telephone Generated Landline Phones Leads

Despite skyrocket increase in mobile phone subscription since the early 2000’s, some homes and businesses, especially in the rural areas, still consider the use of the landline telephone. In 2014, there are still over 25 million households with fixed landlines in the UK. Probably, certain needs in some areas can be catered by the use of the old landline phone.

If your telecommunications company wants to get in touch with more home phone users, Datablazers Inc. (DBI) could help you with the data you need. We constantly conduct marketing studies about consumers’ feedback on their phone services. Thus, we guarantee you fresh and reliable leads. If you’re interested in planning your own consumer inquiry on landline service, DBI can assist you with it.

We carry out our marketing questionnaires all over the UK. To assess the target market objectively, we consider participation of ages 18 to 74 for this particular study. First, we clarify our intent and inform the respondents that a marketing representative may contact them thereafter based on their response to questions. Next, if the interviewee corresponds well, we ask them their basic personal information such as full name, age, home address & status of ownership, and phone numbers etc.


Contact Datablazers Inc. Now!

Sample Question for Landline Phone Leads

Q1. The next question is on behalf of (Your brand). Who supplies your landline telephone service?

Possible Answer/s: Telewest, Tesco, O2, Tiscali, NTL, BT

Key Facts on UK Fixed Landlines

  • As of early 2016, UK residential landlines totaled to 25.6 million. Those with PSTN lines and ISDN channels numbered to 32.2 million. Statistics remain steady during recent years according to the Office of Communications.
  • Although business lines have been down by 2 million in recent years, residential connections have increased by 1.8 million brought about by growing number of fixed broadband use and households
  • Ofcom’s 2016 market research indicates that 73% of landline connections at home are mainly for Internet use. The number of respondents with landline access increased by 2% as well.