Drawing on more than two decades of industry and technical experience, 2826 Limited are two-way British radio supplier, providing two-way radio hire and purchase. We help organisations operate faster, smarter and safer.
Providing "tomorrow's technologies today" we tailor two-way radio solutions to suit all requirements. As two-way radio suppliers, we can help you with purchasing, hiring, migrating, upgrading and servicing two-way radios and related products. We will provide you with a comprehensive and tailored radio solution that meets your needs now and into the future.
Looking for a simple and easy two-way radio solution? You can now purchase licence-free two-way radios from our brand new online shop!
Licence-free radios are popular with users who need a simple, easy and cost-effective two-way radio system. They don't require a licence from OFCOM to use and they are compact and lightweight devices.
With plenty of charging and audio accessory options, our range of licence-free two-way radios can help to improve the way your teams communicate instantly.
Hytera BP515LF is an enhanced business two-way radio which can operate in either digital or analogue mode for total communication flexibility.
Hytera BD505LF is a licence-free business two-way radio which combines lightweight and ergonomic design with robust build quality.
We are now proudly offering VoCoVo products. VoCoVo is a world leading team communication solution already winning awards and customers around the globe.
VoCoVo has become synonymous with innovative retail team communication solutions, improving business efficiency and customer experience, with radio headsets and solutions for some of the UK's best-known enterprises including Halfords, Wickes and Co-op.
Over the last few years, there has been a major change within the business two way radio communications industry, in that a new digital era has arrived with digital two-way British radios has become more popular.
In the past, all two way radio transmissions have been analogue and speech has been sent in the transmission by modulating the signal-to-speech patterns. This method of transmission has been extremely successful over many, many years, until now with the rise in popularity for digital two-way radios.