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7 July 2017

Laura Collins
Dominic McDonald and Russell Wood.

Brighton & Hove Albion have agreed a three-year partnership deal with the award-winning home phone and broadband provider, italk.

As part of the agreement, the upper Platinum Lounge in the West stand at the Amex will be renamed The italk Lounge. This presents a brilliant opportunity to entertain italk employees and key clients with fantastic views of Albion’s home games, and forms an exciting partnership at a historic time for the club.

Albion chief executive Paul Barber said, "We are delighted to welcome italk as a new sponsor of Brighton & Hove Albion and look forward to working closely with them over the coming seasons. Partnering with such a fast growing, locally-based business is going to provide many benefits for our fans and italk customers, especially at such an important juncture in the club’s history.”

Dominic McDonald, managing director of italk, added, “We are both proud and excited to be given the opportunity to partner with our local team as they join the top flight. Much like italk, the club have gone from strength to strength in recent years, and we are looking forward to supporting the team in their continued success.”

Italk, established in 2007, provide high-speed, cost-effective broadband and line rental to homes around the UK.

A national brand, italk are proud of their Brighton and Hove roots. Operating from their headquarters in Hove, over 80% of their two-hundred-plus staff live within the BN postcode, and the partnership provides a fantastic opportunity for italk to further engage with the local community.

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