Goodspeed use Data Select to target resellers

Goodspeed use Data Select to target resellers

The company targets business users who are frequently working with its Mi-Fi product, which holds up to nine SIM cards at any one time. Phil Brown, the UK business development manager at Goodspeed, said that the Data Select deal is part of a larger plan to push its service in the UK: ‘In terms of approaching the UK, our wish was to find a partner who would be able to help us work with B2B resellers – Data Select is perfectly placed to do that. The business has good connections with mobile and IT resellers – this is important because our customers aren’t just using mobiles they’re using tablets and PCs too. We are pursuing this market as well as directly approaching FTSE 100 companies.’

A major challenge to all firms who provide services for companies that travel is the possibility of the EU laws changing to allow cheaper or free roaming across European borders. However, it’s not something that is worrying Goodspeed, as Phil Brown explained: ‘The current status of the EU article is that it is sorting data roaming by 2018. We believe that in any case Goodspeed provides a good-value solution because it is set at a fixed rate so you always know what you’re paying. The amount of data offered for a day’s work is transparent and you won’t be overcharged. Outside of the EU, data roaming still high and there remains a large demand for the service we offer.’

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