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Vodacom, Etisalat sign enterprise solution deal

By Bankole Orimisan   |   12 February 2016   |   3:10 am

VodacomVODACOM Business Nigeria and Etisalat Nigeria have announced a partnership agreement that would enable Vodacom provide mobile voice and data services to its customers and equips Etisalat to provide improved enterprise solutions to its customers.

This strategic partnership brings together two companies focused on delivering superior telecommunication services to businesses in Nigeria.

With this partnership, Vodacom will offer a fuller package of custom-made enterprise mobile services to businesses in Nigeria through its enterprise mobile voice solution. This is aimed at improving productivity and response time for corporates, especially those businesses with large numbers of staff. Large cooperates in Nigeria would now have access to high performance and easy to manage mobile communication solutions for their business.

The partnership will enable Etisalat to provide point-to-point and point –to-multi-point connectivity solutions to its customers, thereby offering them a one-stop shopping experience. Furthermore, Vodacom and Etisalat customers will be provided with a single billing platform to negate the trouble of dealing with multiple communications service providers.

Commenting on the partnership, Chief Executive Officer of Etisalat Nigeria, Matthew Willsher said: “In the fast-paced telecommunication market of today, the successful companies will be those who build the right strategic partnerships to accelerate innovation, growth, and offer customers more value for their money. Etisalat is committed to offering quality services both in voice and data, and to continuously provide solutions that help enterprises and startups excel in their businesses. This partnership brings together two outstanding industry leaders, with proven track record of innovation.”




  • Odigie Nehita

    As related to public relation, one of the aims of the partnership is to create a mutual understanding between the two organization, and its publics. It also is one way to help grow each organization involved in the partnership, as their would be an increase in the number of publics in both organization.
    Odigie Nehita
    Department of Mass Communication
    Caleb University,Imota.

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