Primodialler

Primodialler

The Primo Partnership is a leading telecommunications business whose focus is the supply of a full range of emerging Internet Protocol (IP) based products and services to businesses. Its voice and data product portfolio include minutes, line rental, broadband, call center dialer applications, telephone system installation and maintenance and a full range of Hosted Cloud services.

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HQ Location
United Kingdom
Year Founded
2015
Employees
50
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