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Netmore wins first Irish order worth SEK 750,000 to instal public Wi-Fi hotspots

Tuesday 4 February 2020 | 12:58 CET | News
Swedish company Netmore Group said it has won a three-year contract worth SEK 750,000 though its joint venture company in Ireland with Cavan County Council to instal public Wi-Fi networks. Head of Ireland expansion at Netmore Declan Drummond said the operator's expertise, Europe-wide scale and experience combined with local market knowledge had enabled it to win its first contract in the country.

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Companies: Netmore
Countries: Ireland
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