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Telecom’s Fleetlink Not On The Market

Telecom General Manager Mobile Mohan Jesudason said that Telecom had no plans to sell its Fleetlink mobile radio business.

He was commenting following this week’s announcement from the Commerce Commission that it had authorised an application for Teamtalk to purchase Fleetlink.

Mr Jesudason said Fleetlink was an important part of Telecom’s mobile business that was a great success.

“It is continuing to develop new offerings for customers.”

Mr Jesudason said Telecom often received proposals to purchase parts of its business and each was evaluated on their merits.

Fleetlink was not on the market and there had been no firm offers from prospective buyers, Mr Jesudason said.


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