Cellular company continues to grow

With its latest acquisition of TAC Mobility, Tom Harris Cellular is the largest authorized Telus dealer in Canada.

With its latest acquisition of TAC Mobility, Tom Harris Cellular is the largest authorized Telus dealer in Canada.

The company now has more than 300 employees and 48 stores across B.C. and Alberta, with more store openings and training facilities planned for 2012.

As part of the growth strategy, Tom Harris Cellular places an increased emphasis on servicing the small and medium business market, which has grown consistently for the company over the past 25 years.

“Customer needs have changed as it relates to technology and the increased demand for smart phones, tablets and high-speed wireless internet services,” said Harris in a press release. “The new business model allows us to help customers get the most out of their wireless technologies, while minimizing downtime. It’s a natural extension of our customer service philosophy.”

Tom Harris Cellular began offering wireless services in 1987 in Nanaimo and Victoria.

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