TalkTalk Business sees rise in demand for data and carrier services

Wednesday, July 24th 2013
Data revenues at TalkTalk Business climbed in the three months to June.
TalkTalk Business sees rise in demand for data and carrier services
TalkTalk Business has reported growing demand for its data and carrier services during the first quarter of its 2013-14 financial year.

Revenues from data products surged by 28 per cent year on year as a result of this upturn in usage, the business broadband provider revealed.

The three-month period also saw TalkTalk Business continue to develop innovative products designed to leverage the capabilities of its network, paving the way for a number of "significant" contracts to be signed over the quarter.

Furthermore, the company installed an additional 1,549 Ethernet and EFM lines. By the end of June, its installed base stood at more than 11,800 lines.

Charles Bligh, Managing Director of TalkTalk Business, said firms of all sizes face "increasing and rapidly evolving demands" due to the shape of the growing and dynamic markets in which they operate.

"Companies need the scalability and speed to enable them to deliver on new ways of working and make the most of the opportunities available," he added.

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