Coolwave Communications BV Netherlands

Coolwave Communications BV is a Netherlands-based telecom operator serving the rapidly growing market for voice,voice-mobile, VOIP, internet, data and fiber services.

Coolwave Communications BV is a Netherlands-based telecom operator serving the rapidly growing market for voice,voice-mobile, VOIP, internet, data and fiber services. Coolwave Communications BV is the sole entity within the original Carrier1 International organisation that continued operations and which is close to emerging from chapter 11.With headquarters in Nieuw-Vennep, Netherlands, Coolwave Communications BV provides telecommunication services in sixteen key telehouses in Holland. On this network Coolwave Communications BV offers high quality, competitively priced services to other telecommunications operators, Internet Service Providers and end-users.

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Coolwave Communications BV
Nieuwe Hemweg
Amsterdam
,1013 CX
Netherlands

Phone: +31 252 628 080
Site: http://www.carrier1.nl
Contact Person

Teus Oskam / Sales
Phone: +31 252 628 082
  • International VoIP Wholesale Provider
  • Phone To Phone
  • Termination
  • Partnering for Origination and Termination
  • Cisco Systems
  • Billing system of own development

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