Asian businesses in Birmingham are set to benefit from faster broadband and become digital-ready, thanks to OHANA 8, one of Britain’s fastest-growing telecommunications provider.

The proactive move is part of OHANA 8’s mission to raise awareness of phone companies’ intent to withdraw the existing analogue system, called the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) by the end of next year.

The withdrawal of the PSTN, which is an ageing network that is becoming harder and more expensive to maintain, is industry-led.

Business leaders are due to meet in Birmingham’s China Town next week to sign a Memorandum of Understanding which is being led by OHANA 8’s Managing Director, Steven Pun.

Mr Pun, who has worked in the digital sector in the UK and abroad for over 20 years, said:

“We aim to revolutionise the way businesses connect with their customers and drive growth. We are committed to providing innovative solutions that go beyond the ordinary, inspiring progress and setting new standards in the telecommunications industry.”

Mr Pun’s ultimate desire is to create an affordable social tariff, particularly for home-users, low-income families and owners of small-to-medium-sized businesses.

“By working smartly and collaboratively we can help each other. In society there is enough for our need, but not our greed. I want to focus on the former and give back to those who need it most,“ added Mr Pun.

Mr Pun’s ambition aligns with that of the West Midlands Mayor, Andy Street.

“Digital is vital to the continued success of the West Midlands economy because it is the golden thread across all the industries which will provide jobs in the 21st century,” said Mr Street.

With its headquarters located in London, OHANA 8 employs 10 staff with brand ambassadors spread across major cities in the UK.

OHANA 8 is keen to partner with leaders and organisations in the UK who wish to help their respective communities.

Two leaders in the Midlands who have been impressed by the outstanding customer service and product offer from OHANA 8 are Ken Tong and Irene Chu, from Birmingham Chinatown Business Association and Birmingham Chinese Society, respectively.

In a joint statement, Ken and Irene said:

“We remain staunchly committed to looking after decent, law-abiding and hardworking citizens and their families. Cash is tight for many. Not everybody can afford faster broadband. But OHANA 8 has proved to us that it puts people’s digital need ahead of profits and we fully endorse this approach and outlook which is desperately needed in these challenging times.”

OHANA 8 aspires to be more than just a telecommunications company. It aims to bridge the gap between buyers and sellers, forging even stronger connections and networks that empower people and communities from all nationalities to thrive. Its vision is to revolutionise the way businesses connect with their customers and drive growth, setting new standards in the UK telecommunications industry.

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