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April 20, 2009

Avenir to offer Opal broadband across the UK


by David Masters

TalkTalk’s business broadband service, Opal, is set to expand across the UK following a new co-operation agreement with mobile telecoms provider Avenir Telecom.

Under the deal, Avenir will roll-out Opal’s ‘Premium Grade’ fixed-line business broadband, providing download speeds of up to 24Mbps, and a usage cap of 100GB per month.

Business traffic on Opal’s networks is guaranteed priority access to bandwidth.

New installations of Opal B2B broadband include a business-grade router worth £120, a security license, and a static IP address.

Andrew Hollingworth, Opal’s director of wholesale, said: “The partnership came as a result of Opal providing Avenir with a premium broadband solution dedicated to business and backed by a market-leading support and commercial model.

“We are delighted with the contract with Avenir as its strong dealer base provides us with an excellent opportunity to increase our market share.”

Andy Tow, Avenir’s director, added: “There could be no better partner than Opal to deliver Avenir’s dealers with a compelling business broadband solution.”

Opal currently services 100,000 business customers across the UK.

Avenir operates in six countries across Europe: France, the United Kingdom, Spain, Romania, Portugal and Bulgaria.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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