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Post Office seeks suppliers to support residential telecoms services

Tuesday 30 April 2019 | 17:54 CET | News
The UK Post Office has issued a new Prior Information Notice (PIN) for providing telecoms services to customers. It is procuring a range of products and services to continue providing around 500,000 home customers with telecoms services.

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Companies: Post Office
Countries: United Kingdom
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