O2 strikes new business-focussed deal
8 April 2009 — 5:00 PM
Businesses looking for the latest phones may be interested to hear the details of a new partnership that has been announced this week.
O2 has unveiled plans to work alongside reseller Barclay Communications in a bid to offer its customers access to a dedicated support team for all sales, customer services and marketing requirements.
The news could inspire companies looking to recycle mobile phones in favour of the latest devices to consider the network's various tariffs and exclusive handsets - which include the Apple iPhone 3G.
As part of the move, Barclay Communications will also become an O2 Centre of Excellence, adding to its ability to provide enhanced business efficiency products across the UK and Northern Ireland.
David Plumb, head of SME sales at O2, said: "Barclay is the perfect partner to help us expand our presence and grow our market share throughout the UK, supplying our entire range of business-to-business solutions."
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