Telephone engineer Aldgate
Telephone engineer Aldgate is ready to provide a prompt,
quality service to business and residential customers.
Covering all of Aldgate and surrounding East London areas.
Need a prompt response in a busy city to your telephone problems?
Aldgate telephone engineer is ready to act.
We are here to help you when no other telecommunication company can.
BT can’t help? Maybe we are able to!
Above all we are industry qualified telecommunication consultants.
Unlike other freelance ex BT employees
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- Broken telephone socket?
- Telephone problem?
- Faulty telephone cabling?
- Slow broadband
- Telephone extension wiring?
- Dial tone not working?
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Aldgate, a place to be
Aldgate benefits from outstanding public transport links: minutes from the Hammersmith and City,
Circle, Central, Metropolitan and District lines, National Rail and DLR, as well as Crossrail arriving in 2018.
Step out into Aldgate, and the City of London is right on your doorstep, London Bridge is a short walk away.
Canary Wharf is a quick commute by DLR or Thames Clipper. Central London is just as easy to reach with Liverpool Street connecting you to
Holborn or Oxford Circus in just ten minutes.
Just north of Aldgate Place are the creative hubs of Shoreditch and Hoxton which includes
London’s latest technology and emerging enterprise centre, Old Street’s Silicon Roundabout.
Aldgate was the eastern most gateway through London Wall leading from the City of London to Whitechapel and the east end of London. Aldgate gives its name to a ward of the City. This is bounded by White Kennet Street in the north and Crutched Friars in the south, taking in Leadenhall and Fenchurch Streets, which remain principal thoroughfares through the City of London, each splitting from the fifty-metre street named Aldgate that connects to Aldgate High Street.