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Cutting Room: Vodafone rallies channel to its cause


Vodafone looks to hook the dealer and reseller market up to its vision of advanced sales and unified communications, rather than wait for it to eventually come around Read the full story

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Vodafone recruit for key OneNet dealership


Former Vodafone regional sales manager Darren Welsh joins Welsh dealership The Word Read the full story

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Pure: A quality B2B distillation


At 32, Marcus Richardson was the youngest MD at The Caudwell Group. At 38, he reckons his B2B dealership Pure is the best in the land. He tells Michael Garwood about working a rare niche between consumer and business sales Read the full story

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Vodafone readies new OneNet Express offer


Vodafone to release a reduced version of its OneNet unified comms package called OneNet Express, intended for much broader distribution Read the full story

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Excalibur drawn in Vodafone’s image


B2B dealer Excalibur was selected by Vodafone as launch partner for its OneNet unified comms service. Boss James Phipps tells Michael Garwood its broad sales portfolio and supplier relations will see it advance further Read the full story

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Excalibur debuts Voda OneNet for channel


Mobile and fixed line reseller Excalibur Communications completes first commercial deployment of Vodafone unified communications proposition Read the full story

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That's your opinion, but it certainly wasn't the best way of phrasing it. That wasn't the only reason the EE advisor scored so poorly, which is made clear in the full review in issue 582 of Mobil...
your mystery caller clearly doesn't have a clue what he is talking about. that is not insensitive at all. quite the opposite....
I think you've entirely missed the point there, Marc. It's not about telling someone to go out to the shop (although that often loses points any way as its rare someone calls up a telesales line ...
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