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BT Wholesale partners to get new direct access to EE

Megan Robinson
November 2, 2022

BT Wholesale fixed solutions and services are supported by the Openreach network

BT Wholesale has announced it is bringing EE mobile connectivity to the wholesale market due to be launched in early 2023.

Once trials have been completed, partners will be able to sell EE mobile SIMs- and this marks the first time EE connectivity will be available to enterprise resellers via a direct channel model with BT Wholesale.

This will be available to resellers across the UK that are members of Partner Plus– BT Wholesale’s partner programme- and they can use a combination of BT Wholesale and EE to grow their businesses. 

The launch will enable access to EE’s 4G and 5G networks and boost resellers’ ability to support end users requirements.

EE mobile SIMs help provide future foundations for innovative technologies, and support the move from legacy voice setups and the PSTN switch-off in 2025.

Gavin Jones, Channel Partners Director at BT Wholesale said: “We are seeing a clear shift in businesses moving away from legacy voice services and we’re providing partners with Complete Convergence across fibre, cloud voice and mobile. 

“The EE mobile SIM is another way to deliver unparalleled access however partners need it. Ultimately, this backs resellers to maximise relationships as customers take more control of their digital destiny.

“Making EE SIMs available via a wholesale model means partners can offer customers the might of the UK’s best mobile and biggest fixed broadband networks. 

“The pandemic taught the channel that we need to be more flexible in our approach, and that’s reflected in our launches. We provide our partners with flexibility and choice so they can pass that through to their customers as they accelerate their own digital journeys.” 

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