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We are an accredited Motorola Platinum Channel Partner

Why Choose Maintenance? 

Minimise downtime and maximise productivity, there are a number of packages available to give you peace of mind and secure your purchase on equipment. With our in house certified engineers with offer fast turn around, telephone assistance and remote diagnostics. See below what packages are available.

  • Certified Two Way radio Engineers
  • 20 years of expertise
  • Large Team for quick turnaround
  • Motorola Platinum Partner
  • Phone Support
  • Ofcom Support

Maintenance Packages

PackageCoverage Period (Years)*Telephone Support (Mon-Fri 8am - 5.30pmCovers Damage & Priority RepairParts Covered In RepairSoftware SupportCovers BER (beyond economical repair)Next Day Loan RadioTurnaround Time**CarriageCost Per Handset (Per Month)***
Gold 2,3 or 5 24 Hours 2-way From £3.50
Silver 2,3 or 5 X X X 2 Days 2-Way From £2.50
Bronze 2,3 or 5 X X X X 3 Days 1 -Way From £1.50

*Minimum 2 Year Coverage Contract. **Turnaround time is SFL "in-house" repair time and does not include time in transit.

***Does not cover accessories, only radio head.

NB. Radios purchased longer than 3 months must undergo a health check prior to taking out a maintenance plan. 


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Contact Information

Head Office: 0151 334 9160 London Office: 0203 621 7559

Lines Open: 8am - 5:30pm Mon-Fri

Fax: 0151 482 8949


We aim to respond to all enquiries within 2 business hours


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    CH62 3PR
    13 The Causeway

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