Digitalk is pleased to announce that we will be attending Carrier Community in London.

Carrier Community (CC) is a global telecom club established in 2008 and organizing annual global carrier community meetings in London since 2008 for the members. CC is organizing the 12th annual EUROPE 2019 GCCM – London on 13th & 14th February 2019. 900+ club members from 450+ telecom operators and 68+ countries representing decision makers from the Tier-1, Tier-2 and Tier-3 meet and network in London.

The Carrier Members get together from OTT, Data, MVNO, Voice, SMS, Mobile, VAS, Cable, Satellite, IX, ISP, Enterprise, Data Centers and other related segments.

Make the most of your visit to GCCM Europe and book a meeting with one of the Digitalk team.

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