Company History

Our History

Countrywide Telecoms is an award winning telecoms provider offering the most up-to-date and reliable products and connectivity services within the industry. Since becoming first established in 2013, our innovative products and services have taken the industry by storm and we have taken on board a wealth of high level customers, resulting in rapid growth for the company.

From our head office in Surrey, we employ a dedicated team of staff who are committed to providing a high level of customer service. We have built a reputation on building strong relationships with our customers, providing 24/7 support and a rapid response service every time.

2008
YEAR

OUR MD JOINED THE BRITISH ARMY

In 2008 our MD PJ Farr joined the British Army, and this is where Countrywide Telecoms began. Having always been an inquisitive soldier, he was fascinated at how the Army were able to deploy to some of the most remote locations in the world, yet maintain reliable secure connectivity.

2013
YEAR

COUNTRYWIDE TELECOMS IS FORMED

On the 25th of January 2013, after leaving the army, PJ Farr started Countrywide Telecoms with the clear vision to become the UK’s leading provider of communication services to the UK construction industry.

2013
YEAR

SITE CONNECT IS BORN

After many trials and tests, Countrywide Telecoms’ Site Connect solution was developed. The ingenious solution can provide connectivity to the construction industry on day 1 of install.

2016
YEAR

BECOMES A LEADING SUPPLIER OF COMMUNICATION TO THE UK CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

By 2016, Countrywide Telecoms are a leading supplier of communications solutions with partnerships to some of the largest UK house-builders secured. Industry leaders such as Redrow Homes, Linden Homes, Barratt Homes and Thames Valley Housing become clients and Countrywide’s customer base rapidly expands.

2017
YEAR

CONTINUING GROWTH AND SUCCESSFUL VENTURES

Countrywide Telecoms continue into 2017 with a growing audience, gaining partnerships with house-building giants such as Taylor Wimpey, and investing in new technology through Surrey University’s 5GIC.