Three Expands B2B Reach with Currys Business Partnership

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Three says a new partnership with Currys will expand the reach of its B2B unit and strengthen its offering to shake up the enterprise connectivity market.

The operator has traditionally fallen behind rivals in the business segment of the UK market, but is now devoting significant resources to expanding its market share.

In 2020 it hired Mike Tomlinson as Managing Director of Three Business, and last year it expanded its partner network to include Sprint, Business Mobiles, Yappl (A1 Comms) and Get Connected to expand its reach.

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This long-term agreement is Three’s first with a major national retailer and distributor for the enterprise market and will see its connectivity services offered across all of Currys’ B2B sales channels.

This includes Currys’ partner distribution network, direct sales teams and in over 300 stores, including 50 dedicated retail hubs. Businesses of all sizes will be able to purchase Three Businesses’ services using any of these channels.

This includes Currys’ partner distribution network, direct sales teams and in over 300 stores, including 50 dedicated retail hubs. Businesses of all sizes will be able to purchase Three Businesses’ services using any of these channels.

“We want to be the partner of choice for businesses and organizations of all sizes as they transition to a more modern and flexible operating model, fit for the goals of the 2020s and beyond,” said Mike Tomlinson, Managing Director of Business, Three UK “We look forward to working with Currys over the next few years to serve the corporate market with excellent service and fantastic distribution.”

“With Three being at the forefront of the 5G revolution, this makes them the perfect network partner for us and allows us to pursue our ambitious plans to grow our business offering even further,” added Carlos Pestana, B2B Director of Currys.

Earlier this year, Three completed the first phase of a multi-million pound digital infrastructure investment in its B2B division, using native digital technologies such as Amdocs, DocuSign, Adobe, Tariffcom and Astute.

Three says the platform will ensure that it can be flexible and responsive enough to respond to changing demands, while ensuring a consistent and improved experience across its telesales, digital sales, partnership and retail channels. retail.

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