Featherweight Boxing star, Josh Warrington, has helped Leeds business, 24 Seven Communications Ltd, to launch a new mobile SIM card, which means users achieve a more reliable signal.

The boxing champion, who most recently won his bout for the WBC featherweight title eliminator in front of an ecstatic home crowd at Leeds Arena, has helped launch Jump®, a SIM card which switches between networks to help ensure a better mobile signal.

During his most recent victory, which was broadcast on Sky Sports, Josh wore shorts promoting the Jump.co.uk website. He also visited the Leeds offices in the days before the fight, to meet 24 Seven’s people and find out more about Jump®.

24 Seven Managing Director, David Samuel said: “If you’ll excuse the pun, we jumped at the chance to sponsor Josh in his most recent fight. He’s already a Leeds legend and to have him helping to promote our new service – an innovative UK first – was a real privilege. We look forward to supporting Josh as he continues his campaign and welcoming him back to our offices in the near future.”

The Jump® SIM card from 24 Seven was launched in Spring 2015, and has seen an impressive uptake from the business sector. The SIM uses a number of mobile networks, which helps to reduce coverage ‘black spots’. If a device loses signal, the SIM will search for the next strongest available network. According to Ofcom figures, only 68% of the UK is covered by all four mobile network operators.