Mercury has won a #5 million-plus contract to kit out the corridors of Whitehall with telecomms systems. The telecomms operator, which was established as the first rival to BT, will provide a range of data, voice, and image services to the government. It will deliver a range cellular and paging services along with calling cards. The deal will be worth #5 million in the first year, and up to #100 million over five years.
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