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A1 Hrvatska introduces flexible mobile services for business users

Friday 1 October 2021 | 17:25 CET | News
A1 Hrvatska said it has become the first operator in Croatia to provide flexible mobile services for business customers. The operator said customers can choose the type and scope of services they use in accordance with their needs. The new portfolio is targeted at customers with 20 or more business services and was created following market research, listening to the needs and habits of customers.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: A1
Countries: Croatia (Hrvatska)
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