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Cellhire appoints Vodafone IoT leader Tony Guerion as CEO

Staff Reporter
January 15, 2024

International mobile comms connectivity provider Cellhire has appointed former Vodafone IoT sales chief Tony Guerion as its new CEO.

Guerion has more than 27 years of experience in the communications industry. He joined Vodafone in 2010 and become Global Head of Sales for IoT in 2016.

Cellhire provides mobile communications, M2M/IoT services and data connectivity to enterprise clients and indirect partners worldwide.

Tim Williams business ambitions

Cellhire Chairman and Founder Tim Williams said “Tony’s extensive experience in the telecoms industry and his knowledge in the IoT space perfectly align with our business ambitions.”

Said Guerion: “Cellhire has developed a powerful IoT proposition, powered by its MVNO on Orange France. The significance of IoT devices in 2024 is greater than ever before. However, their effectiveness is entirely dependent on consistent connectivity. Cellhire’s IoT connectivity solutions provided resilience and cost-effectiveness”

Established in 1987, the group serves EMEA, Americas and APAC with offices in the UK, USA, France, Germany and Japan.

It has provided comms for global events providing a range of voice, data and device solutions at landmark events including the Olympic Games, the FIFA Men’s and Women’s World Cup and the Rugby World Cup and will be a provider of connectivity for the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris.



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