Transferring the telephone conferencing service to The Phone Co-op will allow Community Network to focus on its charitable work using teleconferencing as a tool to bring lonely people together. The Phone Co-op will be expanding its range of services.
Angela Cairns, Chief Executive of Community Network, said: “We are very excited about our new partnership with The Phone Co-op who we are confident will build upon the success of our high quality teleconferencing service. With the service in their expert hands we can focus on our charitable efforts to combat the devastating effect loneliness and social isolation has on people’s lives.”
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