Invitel enhances domestic and international wholesale services


Hungarian telco Invitel will launch a new department to better serve its domestic and international wholesale partners, according to a press release issued by the company today.

Operations will be restructured to better serve Invitel’s key partner segment (fixed and mobile telecommunications service providers, cable television companies) as well as IT and telecommunications providers, the press release said.

The restructured department will be led by International Wholesale Director Beatrix Kapitány who performed similar roles at British Telecom, GTS and Deutsche Telekom. 

Invitel will also nominate a board responsible for international wholesale clients, led by Attila Barta previously in charge of Invitel’s wholesale division, the press release added. 


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