BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – One year after it was due to begin operations, mobile firm Ozone Wireless is set to “disrupt” the local mobile market from next month.
The island’s newest mobile provider is promising to offer “attractive data packages and flexible contracts with no long term commitment,” according to an article in Barbados Today.
Dianne Squires – Ozone Brand & Communications Manager – was quoted by Barbados Today as saying:
In terms of target audience we are looking for the profile of persons who love to consume and share data on the go every day. Key for us is no contract period; people are going to join our network and they are going to see that the service is so great that they would stay of their own volition. The customer mobile experience is really a key area for us and that’s what Ozone is going to be working extremely hard on,” Squires said.