Technology

Virgin Media Business adds mobile handsets to small business offering

Praseeda Nair | 2 July 2018 | 6 years ago

Voom Fibre broadband was launched in April 2017
Virgin Media Business has expanded its offer to small UK business owners with dedicated mobile handsets on a range of contracts for Voom Fibre customers.

Handsets will also be offered to small business customers of Virgin Media Business’ Voom Fibre£350Mbps ultrafast broadband services on either 24 or 36 month contracts, with a choice of data allowances and no upfront costs.

The Voom Fibre service, launched in April 2017, claimed to offer entrepreneurs broadband at four-times the speed of rival networks under a pledge tounlock the potential of small firms across the country by providing the digital backbone? needed to succeed.

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Commenting on the launch of the mobile handsets, Rob Orr, executive director of commercial and marketing at Virgin Media Business, said the announcement was fantastic news? for its small business customers.

leveraging the Virgin Media mobile network puts us in control of defining the new mobile offerings and bundles we want to offer our customers, rather than having to accept me-too? offers for our customers.

by challenging the status quo and providing mobile connectivity and services in a more Virgin way, we will be able to give our customers new mobile offers which respond to the rapidly changing needs of their businesses.

Savings are available for small business owners signing up to Virgin Media Business? Voom Fibre broadband service alongside a Samsung or Apple handset.

The announcement follows the strategic investment in a five-year Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) agreement Virgin Media Business struck with BT in 2017 that gave it more control of data and service offerings. Under the deal, EE agreed to provide wholesale mobile network services to Virgin Media.

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