TfL signs £6.5m mobile networking services deal with O2

Sooraj Shah
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O2 will provide TfL with bespoke mobile services as well as iPads and mobile phones

Transport for London (TfL) has signed a mobile networking services deal with Telefonica O2 that could be worth up to £6.5m. O2, which is to be taken over by rival Three UK's owner Hutchison Wham...

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