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Unified Communications: Mastering mobile convergence

Vodafone and O2 are as anxious as their fixed-line competitors to have a piece of the unified communications pie.

6th April, 2014
Nicola Mortimer, head of business products portfolio management at O2.

Mobile operators have been pursuing their own unified strategies, building up a product portfolio that incorporates fixed-line services for seamless connectivity with their own networks.

Vodafone's One Net product is a case in point, a hosted PBX that connects desk phones, mobiles and voicemail. ''Increasingly customers don't want the hassle of managing multiple devices - fixed desk phones and mobile - and are moving to a single device for all their calls and voicemail, said...

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