Truphone connects with Bristol Telecom Solutions

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Truphone provides users with multiple international mobile numbers on a single SIM card, so contacts can always reach them at a local rate

Truphone has struck a new strategic partnership with Bristol Telecom Solutions, a complete telecoms solutions provider for businesses based across the UK.

Andrew Lowe - TruphoneTruphone’s global mobile service gives businesses an international presence, reduces roaming costs and improves their ability to conduct business abroad.

Bristol Telecom Solutions provides clients with a range of services, including VoIP, fixed line, internet and phone systems. In recent years, mid- and large-sized businesses have been increasingly interested in international mobile solutions. Working with Truphone will allow Bristol Telecom Solutions to ensure its clients have the global mobile service they need to conduct business internationally, said the solutions provider.

Truphone provides users with multiple international mobile numbers on a patented single SIM card, so international contacts can always reach them by making high quality calls at a local rate to a local number. This applies across the Truphone Zone, which includes the US, UK, Australia, Hong Kong, Netherlands, Germany, Poland and Spain. Data services are also available across 66 countries.

Manuel Pearce, managing director of Bristol Telecom Solutions, said: “Truphone completes the international piece of the puzzle for us when it comes to offering a complete telecoms solution to our clients.

The network goes further than our previous offering by providing a unique international mobile service without the ‘bill shock’ that is a problem for so many international organisations. Truphone has the edge in the international business mobile market.”

Andrew Lowe (pictured), UK sales director at Truphone, said: “The addition of Truphone into Bristol Telecom Solutions’ product suite signals the appetite from the market for a global mobile service that can support international operations as the economy bounces back.”