Blueface launches mobile service

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22 February 2012 | 0

VoIP provider Blueface launched its Blueface Mobile today at an event attented by Taoiseach Enda Kenny. Blueface Mobile is Ireland’s first dedicated business mobile service, delivering both a landline and mobile service on the Blueface cloud platform. The new service, grant-aided by Enterprise Ireland, is the first MVNO on the Three network and will create 12 jobs.

Alan Foy, chief executive, Blueface (pictured), said: "Blueface will deliver a truly unified telecoms proposition and will manage business communications across landline and mobile in a fully converged, unified way: one voicemail, one call management portal and one bill are for starters."

With Blueface Mobile, customers will get unlimited Ireland and UK landline and mobile calls, free Blueface to Blueface calls and unlimited data and texts for €69 per month (+VAT). Current Blueface customers that take up the mobile service will be rewarded for their loyalty with a reduced rate of €59 per month (+VAT). Blueface can also provide international landline numbers delivered directly on Irish users’ handsets and pay-as-you-go billing.

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