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Virgin Media Business aims for 'significant growth'

Tuesday, February 23rd 2010 by Editorial

The new business broadband service from Virgin Media is hoping to experience "significant growth", it has been claimed.

Fibre optic broadband provider Virgin Media has claimed it is focused on achieving "significant growth" with its business internet service.

Jason King, head of wholesale voice and data at Virgin Media Business, stated that it hopes to add between 40 and 50 channel partners in the near future, particularly those selling a large amount of data.

Talking to CRN, he claimed the company's brand would be a great benefit to its plans and claimed it has some advantages over BT's rival service.

"Given that the BT 21CN rollout is not complete, it is too soon to compare technical specifications," he explained to the website.

"However, we can say that elements of 21CN will run on copper wiring, which is limited in capacity compared with the Virgin Media all-fibre network."

Virgin Media recently announced the launch of its new Travel Passes, which will allow its mobile broadband users to get online anywhere in the EU.

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