Truphone has announced a new strategic partnership with WorldNet, the global fixed line specialist. Truphone’s global mobile service gives businesses an international presence which reduces roaming costs and improves their ability to conduct business abroad. WorldNet provides business with multiple international fixed line numbers, meaning customers can have a local presence wherever they operate.
The partnership will provide WorldNet’s customers with access to Truphone’s borderless mobile network, which offers exceptional call quality, fast data speeds, reliable connections and low rates in over 200 countries across the globe.
Truphone provides businesses with multiple international mobile numbers on a patented single SIM card, so international contacts can always reach them via high quality local call, at a local rate. Truphone’s approach also helps people talk, email, and download just as they do at home, within a group of countries called the Truphone Zone. Bundles of voice, text, and high speed data work across the Truphone Zone, which includes Australia, Germany, Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, USA and the UK. Outside of the Zone, Truphone serves people in over 200 countries, with regional bundles that provide predictable costs and higher quality network performance in key business areas including Asia Pacific, Europe, and North America.
Aaron Barry, channel manager, Truphone, comments: “As a channel manager for Truphone it is important for us to work with partners that are aligned to our core business proposition, specifically around doing business internationally. WorldNet is an ideal strategic partner due to their global fixed line capability. It became clear in our discussions that Truphone compliments the WorldNet service and empowers WorldNet to provide both fixed and mobile solutions to multinational companies. This lower costs and improves service and quality.”
Simon Arnold, Managing Director, WorldNet, says: “Working with Truphone as a strategic partner will allow us to provide our existing customers with an unrivalled experience on both fixed lines and mobile, ensuring a local presence wherever they operate in the world. We recognise the importance of communications to operating a successful business and there is a greater desire than ever before to be international and mobile. Our partnership with Truphone means we can offer our customers a fantastic fixed and mobile solution as well as superior customer service.”
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