Jelly Communications, the business mobile phone company, has celebrated its fifth birthday and announced that from 30 June 2010 it is now operating as a fully independent limited company.
Established in 2005 by its parent Frequency Telecom with the objective of supplying mobile phone packages to small businesses, Jelly has grown to a £1 million plus turnover company with over 800 customer accounts.
The Jelly business has grown consistently year on year through a combination of unbiased, independent advice, outstanding customer service and dynamic marketing. The distinctive Jelly brand is now well established throughout London and the South of England. A new office was opened in October last year in Wakefield, Yorkshire with the goal of building a strong presence in the north of England.
Gareth Limpenny, MD of Frequency Telecom, whose initiative and enterprise created the company, is delighted that Jelly has reached these two milestones. “We started Jelly from a single desk in the corner of our main office and to see the business now formally established and expanding in both the south and north of the country is very gratifying. I have to pay tribute to the team at Jelly whose determination and enthusiasm has been a major part of its success and also to T-Mobile and BlackBerry, both of whom have provided tremendous support over the years”.
A birthday celebration was held today at the Jelly head office in Chessington which was attended by Jay Frankenberger, T-Mobile’s area sales manager for independent partners, and Matt Stevens, carrier sales manager for Research in Motion.
Frankenberger commented: “We’re delighted to see Jelly achieve this milestone. T-Mobile is very pleased to have helped Jelly generate the high quality connections that it has come to be recognised for and we wish the business much success for many more years.”