TalkTalk teams up with Vodafone to offer Mobile Phone

Saturday, July 31st 2010

The second largest broadband group operating in the United kingdom, TalkTalk has announced a fresh deal with mobile network Vodafone, which would see it providing an array of mobile phone services in the UK.

It is understood that the group will launch its fresh value-for-money mobile phone products later in the summer in the United Kingdom. However, the group said that it has no intentions currently to offer its new services beyond its existing 4.2 million customer pool.

Incidentaly, TalkTalk had split from its parent firm Carphone Warehouse in early 2010. TalkTalk said that it was game to meet the guidance of May that was 6 to 8 per cent of revenue growth for running fiscal year.

As a matter of fact, average revenues per consumer had risen from GBP 23.30 to GBP 23.90 over the quarter, despite its aiming to raise the figure to GBP 25 per month by the end of 2010.

Charles Dunstone, the chairman of TalkTalk said that the company that made its debut into the stock market in March 2010, had staged a solid performance. He added that they had maintained their momentum in the internet market as their brand and tariffs carried on appealing to the customers that sought value for money and straightforward broadband and voice services.

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