Saturday November 28, 2020

Digicel Jamaica awards Blueface €8m contract

Digicel Jamaica has awarded a contract valued at $12 million (€8.1 million) to Irish company Blueface to provide VoIP telephony services over its new Wi-MAX network.

26th September, 2009

Digicel Jamaica has awarded a contract valued at $12 million (€8.1 million) to Irish company Blueface to provide VoIP telephony services over its new Wi-MAX network.

Under the terms of the five-year deal, Blueface will provide software to power the Digicel voice platform, delivered over a high-speed wireless access network.

Digicel’s Denis O’Brien has an 8 per cent shareholding in Blueface through his investment vehicle, Baycliffe, an Isle of Man company.

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