It seems like only yesterday that Truphone moved its headquarters to North Carolina’s Research Triangle, and Truphone is now moving into a larger 7,000 square foot office space in the area’s Imperial Center as part of a broader U.S. expansion.
In all, Truphone anticipates having close to 100 employees in the US by the end of 2014, with an estimated 40 based at this new HQ.
“Truphone’s history of innovation and unmatched patented technology in mobile communications makes the RTP area a perfect place for a company with our heritage. We’re proud to be surrounded by like-minded technology leaders,” said Tim Raby, Senior Vice President and General Manager for Truphone Americas. “Truphone makes the world smaller for businesses that need to communicate globally. We’re the first mobile operator that built a seamless mobile network without country borders, giving our customers local mobile communications in a growing number of countries. Truphone was truly built for global business.”
Truphone says the new office space lines up well with its growth plans as it looks to provide roaming communications for businesses traveling all around the world alongside growing competition.
Truphone users are still able to take advantage of local-charged calls, messages, and data in the Truphone Zone, consisting of the U.S., U.K., Australia, Hong Kong, Netherlands, Germany, Poland and Spain. Outside these areas users’ calls are routed to the nearest Truphone country.