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A new five-year deal has been signed between O2 and BT Wholesale for the delivery of its fixed-line and business broadband services.

Under the new agreement, BT will underpin O2's entry into the business communications market by designing, managing and operating a dedicated order portal and service management centre.

The Joined Up package from O2 aims to provide a unified solution for all business telecoms needs, including mobile, fixed line, data and broadband.

Ronan Dunne, Chief Executive Officer of O2 in the UK, said: "Working with BT Wholesale now gives us the opportunity to offer our business customers a true end to end service which incorporates fixed line services as well as mobile, data and unique consultancy that we already provide."

The deal offers O2 an exciting prospect to enhance its product range for the business market, he added.

BT Wholesale recently announced it was also partnering with Vodafone to help the latter offer fixed-line communications to growing businesses across the UK.

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