Gamma has revealed plans to launch a new business mobile service in 2016.
Working with Three, the company will use mobile network infrastructure it acquired in 2014, claiming it will give them complete control over the service.
Rob Davis, head of Converged Products at the communications provider, explained the new service will be designed ‘exclusively’ for business and will support 4G, VoLTE and Voice over WiFi.
He said: ‘Following the acquisition of a core network in 2014, we’ve been working hard to build a unique new service that addresses the needs and challenges of today’s business market. This gives us full control of the mobile service, in addition to the control we already have over our fixed voice and data network.
‘With the ability to work with multiple large carriers coupled with the flexibility and care of being a channel-focused provider, we believe the new Gamma Mobile proposition gives our channel partners the best of both worlds.
‘We recognise the importance of mobility in an increasingly converged world and see this new service as a core component and the foundation for Gamma’s converged offering moving forward, enabling us to take our portfolio of voice, data and mobile solutions to the next level.’