Posted on Wednesday 1 February 2017 by ub digital

Onecom arrival promises 30 new jobs

Pictured are Onecom’s local team (L-R) Stuart Lunn, Paul Lawther, Darren Brown and Mark Fraser.

The arrival a new independent telecoms provider will create 30 jobs in Northern Ireland over the next five years.

Onecom, which said it is Vodafone’s UK’s largest enterprise partner and is based in Hampshire, opened a new office in Belfast this week and has plans for expansion in the future.

It offers fixed line, mobile, broadband and cloud computing and manages more than 325,000 mobile connections throughout the UK.

Onecom Sales Director Jason Waterworth said there is significant potential here.

“Northern Ireland is a market with a great history of entrepreneurs building high quality businesses, it continues to attract high levels of investment from international companies and it has an unrivalled talent pool, all of which makes it very attractive for Onecom’s future growth plans.”

Based in Arthur Street in central Belfast, Onecom’s local team will be led by Paul Lawther, Head of Mobile Sales for Northern Ireland, alongside business development managers Stuart Lunn, Mark Fraser and Darren Brown.

Paul Lawther, Head of Mobile Sales for Northern Ireland, said the firm has a compelling offering.

“Combining Onecom’s expertise with the local knowledge of our Belfast team, I believe we can bring real, tangible value and genuine innovation to businesses in Northern Ireland. Onecom really is the new name in business telecoms in Northern Ireland.”

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