Algar Telecom expands small business operations to 25 new cities

Friday 18 January 2019 | 11:28 CET | News
Brazilian regional operator Algar Telecom has expanded its activity in the segment of micro and small companies to 25 new cities, taking the total number of municipalities served in this market segment to over 170. Overall, the operator has 88,000 micro and small companies in its user base and is aiming to achieve a growth of 60,000 new customers in five years. Algar Telecom offers these customers internet and fixed voice services as well as connectivity, productivity, security and infrastructure services.

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Companies: Algar Telecom
Countries: Brazil
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