Taurus Communications has announced that it will close its wireless service in the U.K. and will not offer a service to U.E. customers.
Taurus announced that its wireless business in the United Kingdom had lost 1.7 million subscribers since 2013.
The company is also discontinuing its business in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, Brazil and the Philippines.
Tauseys chief executive, Paul Hirsch, said in a statement, “We believe that we are entering a phase in which our ability to grow in the future is less assured.
We are therefore considering the option of closing the service at this time.” “
In the U, we are seeing significant growth and are continuing to expand the number of customers and the number that are being added to our network.
We are therefore considering the option of closing the service at this time.”
The company also announced that the company will not be offering a service in other countries.
Tauseies mobile network is now available in the UK and Ireland. “
It is not going to be easy, we have been operating under very different operating conditions for a long time, but it is something we have to deal with.”
Tauseies mobile network is now available in the UK and Ireland.
Tases mobile network in the EU, the Netherlands, Belgium and Denmark will be available for service starting April 5.