Media Release

Phone Company Launches 'Working Families' and Home Business Phone Plan Slashing Line Rental Cost by 50%


Kidney Health Australia


Working Families across Australia facing massive rises in the cost of water and energy prices can now slash approximately on average $240 off their annual phone bills with a 50% cut in line rental through a phone company which raises funds to support kidney patients.

Derek Finch, Manager of KHA Comms, a fully owned subsidiary of Kidney Health Australia, said the upfront savings for the first twelve months complements low pricing and a unique tax refund of 5% which provides users with ongoing savings for those switching over their home phones and mobiles to KHA Comms.

"The average phone rental rate for line rental is $40 and we have cut that by half to $20.  

"Working families, especially those with children, face the issue of managing the cost of the home phone and children's mobiles. The phone plan can attract a tax refund through the unique arrangement of KHA Comms where all profits go to helping kidney patients through Kidney Health Australia.

Mr Finch said the new plan is also aimed at providing home businesses, which often combine the use of the home phone, with a major cost saving strategy

In the case of home businesses and small businesses, we find through our low overheads, operating costs and commercial arrangements, we are able on average to save small business between 20% to 30% off their phone bills.

"KHA Comms customers are serviced by the Kidney Health Australia on shore Call Centre Solution K, which last week took out the 'Best Small Call Centre Award' in South Australia at the annual Australian Teleservice Association Awards." 

Mr Finch said in the tightening economy with the cost of living rising and interest rates on the way up, every dollar counts for working families and small home businesses

Media Enquiries:
Ron Smith, National Media Communications, Kidney Health Australia Mobile: 0417 329 201