Following on from the recent launch of Metronet (UK)’s wholesale platform, the ISP has now agreed a partnership with wholesale voice and data communications provider Entanet for its wireless connectivity services.
Metronet (UK)’s wholesale wireless platform provides partners with an advanced alternative to fibre in the ground. The platform fills the large gap that traditional providers have been unable to, with major benefits including; reduced lead times, quicker revenue and no excess construction charges. Businesses today need and want Internet connectivity readily available to them as soon as possible. Partners using Metronet (UK)’s wholesale offering can give their customers access to wireless connectivity in half the time of traditional fibre technology.
According to Entanet’s Sales Director, Stephen Barclay, the new partnership with Metronet (UK) represents an important milestone for its channel partners: “In today’s business market, customers place enormous importance on the availability of their connectivity. This is especially true where they’re implementing a solution to new offices, or significantly upgrading their service to accommodate growing bandwidth requirements. In these instances, timing is everything, and the impact of delays and excess construction charges can seriously damage their project. Through our partnership with Metronet (UK), channel partners can deliver a cost effective working solution to a customer fast, whether it be as a primary or interim connection.”
“Our existing relationship with Metronet (UK) as a partner for our connectivity services has already proven to be very successful, and it’s great that we’re able to take their services in return in a way that adds real value to our other partners selling into the business market” said Barclay.
Andy Tatlock, Head of Channel Sales at Metronet (UK) said, “It is fantastic to welcome on board another partner to our wholesale platform. Our wholesale wireless offering liberates our partners from the typical constraints, limitations and lethargic nature of traditional Ethernet carriers. We offer a truly alternative service which will help reduce Entanet’s time to revenue and their customers will really benefit from our wireless solutions.”
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