GO Malta renews 3-year contract with Anam for Managed SMS Firewall Services

GO Malta renews 3-year contract with Anam for Managed SMS Firewall Services-01

Anam is very pleased to announce the renewal of its Managed Service A2P contract with GO plc, Malta’s leading communications provider, for a further term. Under the agreement Anam’s SMS firewall and analytics hub are deployed in the GO network to filter traffic and detect grey routes and SPAM. GO Malta serves over 500,000 customers, and with the help of Anam’s messaging solutions, mobile subscribers are protected from fraud.

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Anam are delighted to continue the strong relationship with GO plc, a valued customer since 2010, and are excited to continue on this journey and build on past successes – together.

Regional Account Director, David Walton, who manages the relationship with GO Malta, is delighted to renew the contract which “gives us an opportunity to deepen our already very strong relationships between the two organisations. The team at GO are very special to work with and we share a commitment to messaging excellence and innovation. We look forward to working on some great new projects in the near future”.

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Commenting on this renewed partnership, Patrick Gatt, Senior Manager for Wholesale and International Services at GO said, “We are excited to extend our commitment with ANAM and continue working together to ultimately enhance our customers’ mobile experience. With their best in class, A2P Firewall solution deployed on our network, we have full faith that we are working with the best solution tailored for our business needs. Furthermore, the team at ANAM are a pleasure to work with. Both ANAM and GO are aligned in their business objectives, and consequently the team is very responsive and understanding to end to end requirements”.

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