Gamma ups assault on mobile with new tariffs

Gamma ups assault on mobile with new tariffs

Telecoms company Gamma has launched a set of new mobile pricing plans to help channel partners drive new mobile and fixed sales via its MVNA Gamma Mobile. 

The pricing builds on Gamma's 1p per minute on-net pricing for calls from Gamma fixed lines to Gamma Mobiles with a range of new pricing structures and incentives.   

The new pricing structures add a complete suite of mobile bundles and bolt-ons to complement Gamma’s new Blackberry service. Gamma’s mobile pricing now consists of a set of on-net, pay-per-call and bundle prices giving channel partners complete control over the pricing and profit for both fixed and mobile services. 

The pricing is accompanied by a range of channel partner incentives giving partners options of free BlackBerry line rental, connection bonuses and a trip to Las Vegas for top performing partners.

Rob Davis (pictured), head of mobile services at Gamma said: 'We’ve been blown away by the response of our channel partners to our new Gamma Mobile proposition that we launched in July using our MVNA deal with Vodafone. This new pricing sets us up for strong growth and gives channel partners what they need for an excellent start to 2012.'

Neil Linter, MD of Gamma reseller Glemnet said: 'We are really pleased with the new pricing that enables us deliver unbeatable value for our customers – with a true business-class fixed and mobile service at a great price. We are now well positioned to offer the full range of services to our business customers.'

Written by Mobile Today
Mobile Today


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