Nimans has strengthened its growing mobile proposition by forging a direct working relationship with EE to help resellers capture more sales and increase market share.
The new agreement (live today) sees Nimans build on its existing partnership with BT to launch the EE network to the Channel by combining high levels of in-house expertise and service capability with access to an award winning ‘super-fast’ network. Nimans’ channel partners can take advantage of the UK’s biggest 4G network, giving their customers access to EE 4G and Wi-Fi Calling. With the switch on of a low-frequency 800MHz spectrum EE now offers users better rural 4G coverage and improved building penetration.
“This direct working relationship is another significant step forward for Nimans and our growing reseller base,” said Mark Curtis-Wood, Head of Network Services. “For many years we have developed a very successful alliance with BT – and with EE and BT joining forces to bring seamless connectivity a step closer, we felt it was important that our resellers had access to the EE network. This is particularly due to the level of investment going into their network infrastructure to support the roll-out of the new Emergency Service Network (ESN).”
He continued: “As part of the offering, resellers can bill in their own name and access daily and monthly CDR’s. We will be launching EE initially on our Simplified 30 day tariffs with a choice of 24 month contracts also available at the end of the month. 4G Mobile data is key to the strength of the EE offering and we will be offering flexible tariffs and stackable data giving resellers even more choice.”
Mark highlighted: “Since the successful launch of our Wholesale mobile offering six years ago, our Network Services business has grown extensively and now spans all the major networks – to include the EE reseller proposition. Nimans has never been a business to settle on its laurels and is known for offering our customers choice and assisting our channel partners to bring on new revenue streams that complement their existing business. Together with BT, EE helps keep businesses connected so that they can become even more agile, productive and efficient – through the UK’s biggest, fastest, and most reliable mobile network. We are delighted to now have direct access to this platform, as enabling our partners to source all the major networks from one trusted source gives them more choice to offer their end customers – and ultimately win more business.”
Latest posts by David Dungay (see all)
- Avaya considering $5 billion buy out - March 27, 2019
- Mitel Appoints Graham Bevington as EVP and Chief Sales Officer - April 10, 2015
- Exertis is the New Name for Micro-P - October 24, 2013