Communications Opt In
Our Communications Strategy
We get it, you don’t like spam mail – neither do we!
Our existing customers will know that any direct marketing communications from us only occasional. We believe in retaining customers through building, maintaining and enhancing relationships – our communications strategy represents that.
If you opt in to communications from Lynx Networks, we promise:
- You will not receive more than one marketing message per calendar month
- The content will be relevant to you
- You can unsubscribe at any time
So, what’s in it for you?
We aim to provide value for you by creating useful and relevant content to ensure you can make an informed purchasing decision.
Usually we achieve this by keeping our website up-to-date; this way you can choose to receive communications at a time that suits you. Occasionally there is a time constraint on delivering a message, that is when we choose to communicate directly via mail, email or telephone conversation.
When/why will we contact you directly?
Occasionally we send mail or email communications to our customers letting them know of any changes to our services or we provide details of a new service we are offering.
Several times a year we host free events, usually in the form of ‘breakfast briefings’ – where we provide industry updates and a tasty breakfast. Invites are sent out via email.
Sometimes we need to let our customers know important information regarding Lynx Networks. This may take the form of a short email.
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