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Bazile Telecom Selects Spirent Tweakker to Improve Customer Care through Cloud Services

French MVNO automates subscriber connectivity process with Tweakker enabling care agents to spend more time in helping seniors understand and use their smartphones Crawley, UK, 30th March, 2016: Spirent Communications plc (LSE: SPT) today announced that its Tweakker device intelligence solution has been selected by French mobile virtual network operator (MVNO)  Bazile Telecom to automate … Continue reading

Globetouch Contracts Tweakker for Global MVNO Customer On-Boarding

  Spirent’s Tweakker solution improves customer care and time to revenue for service providers    Crawley, UK,  23 March, 2016: Spirent Communications plc (LSE: SPT) announced today that its Tweakker device intelligence solution has been selected by mobile virtual network enabler (MVNE) Globetouch to provide cloud connectivity services to end-users of its global network of … Continue reading

MVNO Monday: a guide to the week’s virtual operator developments

Self-styled ‘multi-ethnic’ MVNO Ringo Mobile has disclosed plans to enter the Senegalese telecoms market under the Ringo Africa brand. The news was revealed by Egyptian-born Ramy Berbesh, the chairman of Ringo Mobile, after a visit to Dakar. As reported by TeleGeography’s MVNO Monday, Ringo Mobile launched its ItalianMVNO in September 2015, more than a year … Continue reading

Ofcom Raises No Significant Concerns About BT-EE Merger

Ofcom admits to CMA inquiry it has some issues with potential access to mobile backhaul and MVNO, but appears to give its blessing to £12.5 billion deal Ofcom has indicated it has no serious objections to the proposed £12.5 billion purchase of EE by BT, providing a major boost to hopes the transaction can be … Continue reading

Dixons Carphone MVNO to shake up Irish market – study

Dixons Carphone MVNO iD’s launch in Ireland will shake up the market by offering a Sim-only service for EUR 20.18 a month, or EUR 166 a year less than the Irish average postpaid cost per user, according to a report by analysts Killbiller. ID was due to launch in the UK over the 3 network … Continue reading

MVNO Monday: a guide to the week’s virtual operator developments

UBI Telecom, which claims to ‘deliver an ideal mobile experience for Korean-speaking customers in the USA’, has resurrected the HELIO mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) brand, which was phased out following the company’s 2008 takeover by Sprint. HELIO initially launched in May 2006 as a joint venture between SK Telecom and EarthLink, only to be … Continue reading

Tottoli GSM shows platform for starting online MVNO services

Tottoli GSM, a provider of fixed-mobile services, has introduced a platform for launching online MVNO services in Russia, reports Cnews.ru. The new platform enables any company to launch MVNO services. Light MVNO, Pro MVNO and Full MVNO busienss models are accessinble using the platform. The offer is targeted at various businesses, including producers of mobile … Continue reading

MVNO Monday: a guide to the week’s virtual operator developments

The UK Post Office has entered the consumer mobile market with its new pay-as-you-go mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) service. Post Office Mobile, which piggybacks on *EE*’s network and uses Transatel as a mobile virtual network enabler (MVNE), intends to leverage the Post Office’s 11,780 branches for distribution purposes. The new MVNO’s strap-line is ‘Pay … Continue reading

Sierra Wireless Buying IoT-Focused MVNO

Sierra Wireless is buying European mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) MobiquiThings to give its Internet of Things ambitions a boost. Sierra Wireless Inc. will pay €14 million (US$15.7 million) in cash for the operator with a perfomance-based bonus that extends through 2017. The deal is expected to close in August. MobiquiThings is a French startup MVNO … Continue reading

Slovak MVNO Postatel to start in autumn

A new MVNO called Postatel, based on a cooperation between the operator Swan and Slovak Post, will start in Slovakia in the autumn. Swan and Slovak Post will probably use the network of Slovak Telekom, reports Zive.sk. Swan won LTE frequencies in an auction a year and a half ago, and has now started testing … Continue reading