IT and telecoms specialist Millgate has entered a strategic partnership with Truphone to give its customers access to the operator’s international network presence.

The partnership allows Millgate customers to benefit from Truphone’s “borderless” network when conducting business abroad, the operator said. Meanwhile, Millgate will help expand Truphone’s customer service.

Truphone subscribers are given multiple international phone numbers on a mobile SIM card, allowing them to benefit from local rates and network coverage in more than 200 countries worldwide.

[Read more: Truphone awarded patent for new SIM identity switching tech]

Last year, the operator added 58 new countries to its eight “core” zones where it offers its service, in an attempt to boost its business customer base.

Sam Bell, Managing Director of Millgate Connect, said: “Working with Truphone, Millgate can offer a service to international businesses that other operators are unable to match. Truphone is a strategic partner that can help our customers be more productive internationally through Truphone’s innovative global mobile network.”

Andrew Lowe, UK Sales Director at Truphone, said: “The Millgate service and product portfolio…is handled by highly talented professionals that offer best in class and best case solutions for their customers.

“Adding Truphone to this existing portfolio demonstrates Millgate’s continued appetite to make additional services available to their customers and prospects so they can ensure their clients benefit from the best service and commercial offers in the market.”​

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