Charityline

Charityline

Quay Gate House
Scrabo Street
Belfast
BT4 4BD
United Kingdom

Opening Hours

9 to 5pm Monday to Friday

Charityline offers discounted rates to Northern Ireland's Voluntary and Community sector, to help reduce costs while allowing digital growth through cutting-edge technology. Charityline is a division of Belfast-based telecoms expert, Standard Utilities, leading providers of telecommunication solutions for over 15 years.

While Standard Utilities serves a wide range of business, commercial and corporate clients, Charityline works hard to serve the needs of the Voluntary and Community sector in NI, significantly reducing costs to make the latest technology more accessible and more affordable.

Here's a glimpse of the services we offer:

Phone systems
Hosted and VoIP systems
Cloud-based systems
Wi-Fi
Broadband
Leased lines
Ethernet solutions
Call recording equipment
Video conferencing solutions


Sector relevant clients include: the Mac and Lyric Theatre, Boys Brigade, Crescent Arts Centre, Visual Artists Ireland, Women'sTech, Linen Hall Library, Rockport School, and many more.

We're Belfast-based, with a team of in-house engineers, and two directors - Chris and Brian - who are totally passionate about serving the needs of the community.

We give back to the community with initiatives like our support programme for Visual Artists Ireland: free Combined Liability Insurance that facilities artists in their professional careers. 

If you'd like to chat to us about advancing your telecoms solutions or reducing your current costs, get in touch with us on 028 9032 8888.

We love what we do, so you'll love working with us!

Charityline's Content

The Arts in Times of Crisis
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Charityline

Standard Utilities is a proud sponsor of Visual Artists Ireland and works in partnership to cover the costs of ‘Member Insurance’ for NI’s VAI members. Read our article from VAI's latest publication.
Thermal Screening from just £2 per day
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Charityline

With the R number steadily rising and phase two of the ubiquitous virus firmly underway, Standard Utilities looks at the history of Thermal Screening Cameras and asks whether they really can save lives - and whether now is the time to act.
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High Speed Broadband and Connectivity for 20% less

Charityline

Talk to Standard Utilities community and voluntary division Charityline about switching your existing telecoms package to save money that could be put into your core activities...
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Thermal Screening from just £2 per day
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Charityline

In the ROI particularly, we've had a surge of requests asking for rapid deployment Temperature Reading equipment that can be self-installed to reduce costs. While they're ahead of us in terms of kickstarting trade, the question is: are you safety ready?
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Charityline

When faced with the prospect of deploying counsellors and staff to work from home because of Covid-19, PIPS suicide awareness charity turned to Standard Utilities for help.
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Charityline

As the coronavirus hits fast, it’s time to start making disaster recovery plans and putting firm measures in place that will allow you to function remotely.
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Charityline

Whatever your plans for 2020, don’t ignore the ISDN switch off, which starts to phase out from this year. Here's what you need to know - and do...

More Information

Type of Organisation

Business

Team

  • Chris Fetherston