Digital Leaders new Connectivity Partner Virgin Media Business provide internet, data and telephone services to more than 50,000 UK businesses. They also supply to the public sector: with local councils and thousands of schools to improve connectivity in communities and support learning, and with the emergency services to enable them to perform their life-saving skills efficiently.
In 2017, Virgin Media and BT announced a new five-year Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) agreement. Under the deal, EE agreed to provide wholesale mobile network services to Virgin Media.
The deal gave Virgin Media increased flexibility to grow its Virgin Mobile operation faster and provide new, innovative services to its customers. The full MVNO agreement, which covers voice and data services, replaced an existing MVNO wholesale agreement between the two companies and extended its exclusivity to 2021.
Virgin Media Business has now announced in the last week that it is to add mobile handsets to the range of services it provides small businesses. It follows the strategic investment in a five-year Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) agreement it struck with BT last year that gave it more control of data and service offerings.
The offer bundles phones into broadband and means that small business owners make savings if they take both a Voom Fibre 350Mbps business broadband service alongside either a Samsung or Apple handset.
Handsets will also be offered stand-alone on either 24 or 36 month contracts, with a choice of data allowances and no upfront costs.
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