Rainbow Communications signs new wholesale broadband deal with BT
-Rainbow customers to benefit from BT's high speed technology to support their digital evolution
Rainbow Communications has signed a new two year, multi-million pound wholesale deal with BT for calls and managed broadband services to enhance its customer offerings.
Commenting on the deal, Eric Carson, director of Rainbow Communications said, “Rainbow is committed to delivering a quality and reliable service to our customers. This new agreement with BT Wholesale, for the supply of calls and managed broadband including superfast broadband services, will ensure that our customers continue to receive the quality service they expect, whilst enabling them to access the latest cloud technologies."
Frank McManus, head of wholesale sales and services, BT Ireland, added, “We are delighted to be Rainbow's supplier of choice to enable it to offer its customers state of the art solutions today that will change the way they work and behave tomorrow. Next generation cloud services, voice over IP and hosted applications are just a few of the solutions Rainbow can offer its customers through these services, all underpinned by Northern Ireland's extensive fibre broadband network."
According to the most recent Ofcom* communications market report, Northern Ireland has the highest proportion of premises able to access fibre broadband services in the UK. With consumers and businesses now demanding more applications and technology that require superfast speeds, Northern Ireland remains ahead of most major European cities for availability of high speed, next generation broadband services which is critical to its continued economic growth.
For more information on broadband rollout across Northern Ireland visit www.nibroadband.com
Pictured are Frank McManus, head of wholesale sales and services, BT Ireland, with Eric Carson, director of Rainbow Communications
*Data correct as of May 2015. See www.ofcom.org.uk for more details.