TPG Telecom announced on Tuesday that it has signed a five-year contract to handle Qantas’ fixed and mobile voice services.
Under this agreement, TPG will strengthen Qantas’ communications network with new fibers that carry voice and data between the airline’s headquarters and airport terminals in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth and Darwin. Will be. TPG has already shifted airline 1300/1800 inbound customer support numbers to mobile networks.
TPG said it has already processed 90% of Qantas’ mobile services.
“TPG Telecom has demonstrated the ability and experience to deliver large and complex infrastructure programs,” said Sam Charmand, CIO of the Qantas Group.
“They successfully migrated most of their fixed voice services within a few weeks, demonstrating the value of automation, and being responsive and flexible, exactly what suppliers need.”
Against the backdrop of millions of dollars unlisted, TPG said it aims to achieve A $ 1 billion in corporate revenue by 2025.
On Monday, Qantas completed its first commercial flight between Australia and India in 10 years. According to the airline, flights from Sydney to Delhi and from Melbourne to Delhi are some of the best-selling routes.
“There is a lot of demand from friends and family who want to meet again after a long time away,” said Andrew David, Qantas’ national and international CEO.
“The level of stagnation in demand on this route is evidenced by the fact that almost all customers traveled as planned, despite the additional three-day quarantine requirement.”
Last year, Qantas completed more than 60 return flights from India to return Australians.
https://www.zdnet.com/article/tpg-lands-qantas-on-five-year-deal/#ftag=RSSbaffb68 TPG landed Qantas with a five-year contract