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Ozone still operational

CARLOS ATWELL, carlosatwell@nationnews.com

Added 24 July 2018

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Ozone CEO Dr Nicholas Kelly speaking about his plans to restructure Ozone Wireless following its near collapse. (Picture by Carlos Atwell.)

Ozone Wireless Inc is still in business.

During a media conference today in Ozone’s current offices in the Kelly Group Building, The Pine, St Michael, chief executive officer Dr Nicholas Kelly said the Manor Lodge office will close but the company will continue to operate from The Pine.

Ozone will also have representatives in three branches of Nature’s Discount – Bridgetown; Dome Mall, Warrens and Sheraton Mall – of which Kelly also owns.

Kelly said the company was also in the process of debt restructuring and will focus on its Mifi product going forward. However, he said they would not be abandoning their Ozone voice application and had plans of importing more mobile handsets. (CA)

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