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COMMERCIAL | Jibba Jabba extend official partnership

21 August 2019

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Club Doncaster internet and VoIP supplier Jibba Jabba have extended their Official Partnership for another year.

The communications firm have been involved with Club Doncaster since Official Partnerships were first launched,  and are using the advertising and networking included as part of that to help expand their business.  

Based at the Keepmoat Stadium, they have just been the centre of media attention for their Voice Over Internet Protocol system (VOIP) something Jibba Jabba Director, Ashley Harris believes is the future of landline phone calls using internet instead of physical lines.

Harris said: “If and when the landlines are switched off, everyone is going to go to VOIP.

“We have our own platform for these networks, with our own source code. Some companies buy a service from a third party and re-sell it. We don’t do that, and we think that will give us an advantage.

“As a business, we think these are exciting times. We’ve now got our own full time developer, full time graphic designer and people who look after our customers.”

Jibba Jabba was set up as Lakeside IT, when the firm built a wireless internet network around the time that South Yorkshire was planning its Digital Region, to provide high speed broadband across the county.

It built a network of dishes on site across the region, including high rise flats, the pit tower at Harworth Colliery and floodlight pylons at the Keepmoat Stadium.

It sold its network several years ago and switched to VOIP and broadband work, but kept the name.

Jibba Jabba already has clients overseas. Around a third of its income streams come from abroad, wirth customers in the Middle East, Austrialia, and, after having recently taken its first client in the country, the United States.

For more information about Official Partnerships, contact the commercial team on 01302 764665. 

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