Vodafone Ireland buys Complete Telecom

Vodafone Ireland has acquired Complete Telecom for an undisclosed sum, in a bid to increase its market share in the Irish business and public sectors.
 
Vodafone began offering enterprise managed data network solutions following its acquisition of Interfusion last year.
 
The operator expects to double its enterprise revenue with the acquisition of Complete Telecom and will establish a new dedicated enterprise solutions unit to deliver its expanded portfolio to business customers nationwide.
 
“Companies want straight forward management of their day-to-day communications needs from one single provider. Complete Telecom is a great fit for us, bringing the scale we need to offer bespoke fixed and mobile converged solutions while also providing specialist tools to support customers in managing their data traffic,” Vodafone Ireland enterprise director, Anne O’Leary said in a statement.
 
A Dublin-based Irish firm which provides enterprise managed data network and fixed telecoms services, Complete Telecom employs 23 people and has 300 customers in Ireland.
 
It will continue to operate as a standalone entity for an initial period, after which it will transfer to the new Enterprise Customer Solutions unit within Vodafone Ireland.

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