Onecom hails £1m Northern Ireland sales
Telecoms firm Onecom has said its Northern Ireland business has hit £1m in sales over its first few months of trading.
The independent provider said its target is to invest more than £5m in its operations here in the next five years, and to increase its workforce here to 30.
The company, which has four employees, said it had hit its target of 2,000 business connections within the first quarter in the market.
Paul Lawther, head of sales at Onecom in Belfast, said: "We have had a strong response from NI businesses to Onecom's offering and the figures are a clear indication that many of those companies have embraced both the brand and our products.
"It would have taken some of our competitors years to add the number of connections we have secured in a short time and we expect to make further inroads in market share in the coming months."