PrioCom joins TCCA


Friday, 15 March, 2019


PrioCom joins TCCA

Dutch critical communications virtual mobile network operator (MVNO) PrioCom has announced that it has recently joined TCCA.

Based in Rotterdam, PrioCom offers an end-to-end push-to-talk (PTT) service characterised by priority access to T-Mobile’s network in the Netherlands.

The PrioCom virtual private network runs on T-Mobile’s public network, with excellent availability and high priority. This makes the solution highly suitable for business- and mission-critical communication. Together with selected business partners, PrioCom markets an end-to-end PTT service over the commercial 4G network.

PrioCom opts for a strategic partnership between three parties. T-Mobile offers a reliable network, PrioCom monitors the performance of the network and the performance and development of the PTT application, and the PrioCom business partner ensures customer-specific services. With this focus, PrioCom and partners can jointly offer PrioCom end users the best quality.

“PrioCom will be fully committed to provide an industry-standard end-to-end critical communication solution on 4G and 5G networks. We look forward to a successful collaboration, developments in releases and to actively participate in this market with TCCA,” said PrioCom General Manager Angelo Bul.

“PrioCom is the first MVNO to join the association, and we are very much looking forward to the new perspectives the company will bring to TCCA, and to their participation in our working groups. On behalf of TCCA I extend a very warm welcome to the PrioCom team and look forward to sharing knowledge and experience,” said TCCA Chief Executive Tony Gray.

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