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Opal Rebrands to TalkTalk Business

Posted on Feb 23 2011
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 The rebrand comes as the TalkTalk Group looks to capitalise on its investment of over £500m in Britain’s Next Generation Network through which it delivers a range of solutions including Data Access, Mobile, Call Handling Solutions, IP Telephone Systems, IT Networking & Security and Wholesale Business Broadband (L2TP).

“Opal has always been committed to delivering the very best ‘business grade’ products and solutions up and down the UK,” said Paul Lawton, Managing Director at Opal. “Our rebrand underscores this commitment and allows us to draw on the great reputation and awareness that the TalkTalk brand is building. For the business division this is a real sign of intent to keep growing our business.”
Dido Harding, CEO of TalkTalk Group, commented: “With our extensive investment in our Next Generation Network and with TalkTalk now a household name synonymous with best value services, now is the right time for us to fully realise our potential in a sector in which we have tremendous heritage.”
TalkTalk Business will retain its complete focus on business customers and partners, backed by UK-based call centres.
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