Ambulance/TeamTalk deal runs until 2020
03 Feb 2015
New Zealand's leading provider of mobile radio has signed an agreement with Ambulance New Zealand and St John Ambulance to provide network services until at least 2020.
"This is a continuation and expansion of the nationwide radio network services that Team Talk has provided to St John Ambulance and the Wellington Free Ambulance Service for many years," says TeamTalk Managing Director David Ware.
There will be new coverage extensions coming with at least nine new transmission sites.
Mr David Waters, Chief Executive of Ambulance NZ, says given the long-term relationship and reliable service provided by TeamTalk over so many years he was confident extending the term another five years with greater coverage.
"We're delighted to have such an important organisation review and renew its contract. TeamTalk prides itself on providing dependable services for critical business communications. We're looking forward to working with Ambulance NZ, St John and Wellington Free Ambulance as we expand the services and support they receive," TeamTalk's Mr Ware says.
St John Ambulance CIO Martin Catterall, says that he looks forward to working even more closely with TeamTalk as St John and its patients will benefit from the wider coverage.
"New Zealanders all over the country trust St John and we're always looking to enhance and improve our services," Mr Catterall says.
TeamTalk Wireless is an operating division of NZX listed Telco, TeamTalk, which also operates the CityLink, Farmside and Araneo communications businesses.
For more information contact
David Ware, TeamTalk