Following O2 Wholesale’s recent announcement that it will shut down its fixed network on 28th February 2014, Fusion Media Networks is offering a lifeline to resellers searching for a new provider.
O2 will stop taking new orders from 14th November this year and has given resellers until the end of February next year to migrate their DSL connections. “Whether you’re leaving O2 or not, if you’re a reseller struggling to find the right network with the right services at the right price for your clients, it’s a great time to think about partnering with Fusion,” said Sean Pearman, Head of Indirect Channel of Fusion Media Networks.
“We offer a comprehensive range of market-leading network connectivity and data centre services delivered from multiple carriers at highly competitive prices for our channel partners to sell on to their customers. Migration to our services is seamless, fast and free of charge.”
With the latest connectivity solutions and a variety of managed security and virtual data centre services provisioned from London’s most secure data centre, Fusion is well-placed to help resellers capitalise on market opportunities.
“We offer our resellers flexible relationships depending on the level of support required for service delivery,” continued Pearman.“Our Partners buy from us at wholesale rates, allowing them to choose the margin they pass to customers, while our Agents benefit from recurring commission and are fully supported with first line technical support and automated billing services. We have the ability to accommodate almost any requirement and the structure to provide refreshingly high standards of customer service.”
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