Neotel doubles customer base

Neotel announced a doubling in its consumer customer base

March 26, 2012
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Neotel announced today (26 March 2012) that it has more than doubled its consumer customer base in the current financial year, to 100,000 consumers.

“Neotel takes its commitment to the consumer market extremely seriously,” said Noel Studti, chief sales and marketing officer at Neotel.

“We have a capacity for a million users in sight, and with our current network infrastructure, we are poised to double our consumer growth in the next year,” he added.

According to Neotel, it now covers 2.5 million households and plans to launch new products in the coming months.

Neotel said it also plans to increase its reach by adding new channel partners, to sell Neotel products and services through various retail networks.

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