WOCOM Jamaica Partners with Isle Telecom to Boost Business Connectivity in Grenada

In a strategic move aimed at enhancing telecommunications services in the Caribbean region, WOCOM Jamaica, a leading local ITSP (Internet Telephony Service Provider), has officially entered into a partnership with Isle Telecom, a prominent Grenada-based cellphone company specializing in 4G voice and data services. This collaboration is set to revolutionize the local business landscape and bring unprecedented connectivity solutions to Grenada.


The partnership is particularly noteworthy as it combines WOCOM’s expertise in cloud PBX (Private Branch Exchange) offerings with Isle Telecom’s robust 4G voice and data services, creating a powerful synergy that promises increased benefits for businesses of all sizes.


WOCOM’s cloud PBX offerings are set to play a pivotal role in expanding access to advanced telecommunication solutions throughout the region. Businesses in Grenada, both large and small, will now have the opportunity to leverage cutting-edge cloud-based communication systems, allowing for seamless and efficient operations.


The integration of WOCOM’s cloud PBX services with Isle Telecom’s mobile network is expected to be a game-changer for local businesses. This powerful combination will provide companies with a wider array of business services, addressing the current underserved market and meeting the growing demands of businesses locally and throughout the diaspora.


“We are thrilled about the partnership with Isle Telecom, as it opens up new possibilities for businesses in Grenada,” stated Michelle Goss at WOCOM Jamaica. “The collaboration between our cloud PBX offerings and Isle Telecom’s 4G voice and data services will undoubtedly elevate the connectivity experience for businesses, enabling them to thrive in today’s competitive landscape.”


The Grenadian market, which has faced challenges related to limited connectivity options for businesses, is poised to benefit significantly from this partnership. The increased access to business services is expected to boost economic growth and foster innovation within the local business community.


“This partnership aligns with our commitment to providing the best possible services to our customers,” said Dave George, CEO at Isle Telecom. “By joining forces with WOCOM, we are not only enhancing our offerings but also contributing to the development of the local business ecosystem.”



As the region eagerly awaits the implementation of this collaboration, businesses in Grenada can look forward to a new era of connectivity that will undoubtedly propel them into the digital future. The partnership between WOCOM Jamaica and Isle Telecom is a testament to the commitment of both companies to bring world-class telecommunication solutions to the Caribbean, ensuring businesses thrive in an increasingly connected world.

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