VoIP start-up builds UK profile

A recently launched VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) network has appointed a corporate comms agency as it expands its UK customer base.

London-based Harrison Moscow Communications will support Solution1 with a B2B campaign, promoting the start-up as ‘a serious player in the Telco industry’.

Since its launch earlier this year, Solution1 has built up a client base of more than 1,000 companies, including partnership agreements with BT, Microsoft and Vodafone. The Edinburgh-based telecoms outfit provides ISP and hosting services as well as VoIP networking.

Harrison Moscow’s other clients include ‘super club’ Ministry of Sound and Marvel comics.

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