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Virgin Media set to expand mobile service with business offering

Virgin Media will target four types of businesses with its new service

15th April, 2018
Paul Farrell, vice-president of commercial at Virgin Media

More than two years after launching its personal mobile offering, Virgin Media is going after the business mobile market. The communications company is investing €2 million to launch a business mobile offering to customers.

The Virgin Media business mobile service will launch nationally in mid-May following a trial with a group of customers. The bundles offered are designed to suit small and medium-sized businesses, with contracts ranging from 30 days to 12 months.

The company launched its...

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