Jump Jobs Boost at 24 Seven

l-r Piers - Marcus

24 Seven has made two appointments to its burgeoning team on the back of the success and publicity generated around its national roaming SIM service, Jump. Since its launch in Spring 2015, the new technology has been snapped up by a variety of sectors that demand better mobile coverage, something that can’t be guaranteed by just one mobile network. The Jump SIM literally ‘jumps’ between a number of networks, taking advantage of the best signal on offer, irrespective of network provider.

Piers Brown joins as Business Development Manager and will be responsible for generating and building relationships with business customers across the UK. He joins with a strong background in mobile communications, having previously been employed by Vodafone in a strategic relationship management role.

Meanwhile, Marcus Child joins the business as a support engineer, growing the technology team to ensure the systems and processes all line up for 24 Seven’s growing customer base. He joins with extensive customer service experience, further bolstering 24 Seven’s reputation for providing the best customer care.

Managing Director David Samuel said: “We’re delighted to be growing our team at 24 Seven. Marcus and Piers are joining during an extremely exciting time for the business, and realistically – this could be the start of something massive for the company. I can envisage many more new appointments in the coming months and years, as Jump takes off and our business reaps the benefits.”

Jump, from 24 Seven, allows users the flexibility to rely on multiple networks. If a signal dips, for whatever reason – including infrastructure problems – the SIM will simply jump to the provider with the best signal strength. The Jump SIM is primarily aimed at the business market and has been implemented across a number of sectors, who have seen the many benefits of a roaming SIM.