Blueface to sell VoIP and mobile via Carphone Warehouse stores

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Pictured: Blueface CEO Alan Foy and Carphone Warehouse general manager Peter Scott

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VoIP firm Blueface has struck a deal with the Carphone Warehouse network of 83 stores in Ireland to sell its landline and mobile services.

From 14 May, converged mobile and landline offerings for businesses starting at €30 will be available from Carphone Warehouse stores.

“This will be the first dedicated business service that Carphone Warehouse is offering for our customers, making it an exciting and innovative new departure for our business," said Carphone Warehouse general manager Peter Scott.

Blueface, which was founded in 2004, is the first MVNO initiative on Three Ireland’s network.

“The new partnership will give Blueface the opportunity to become available to more businesses throughout the country," Blueface CEO Alan Foy said.

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Editor John Kennedy is an award-winning technology journalist.

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