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Discounts completely undercut MVNOs, officials claim

Chinese mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) are struggling to make their mark on the sector as retail prices continue to sink lower than the wholesale costs levied on the virtual providers, Want China Times reports, citing Beijing paper the Economic Observer. China’s three network operators – China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom – have … Continue reading

Exclusive Speaker Interview with Giovanni Benini, tyntec

Giovanni Benini, VP Product and Service Management from tyntec answers key questions about how operators can compete in the market by leveraging their existing assets and generating revenue. He will present “P2P Communications: Apps and Mobile Numbers Hitting the Sweet Spot” on 09 April 2014 at the MVNOs World Congress in Berlin

MVNO success is MNO success too

Sprint, the United States’ largest wholesale carrier hosting mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs), has lauded the benefits of partnering with other brands. The US telecommunications and wireless internet giant hosts 110 of the country’s 123 MVNOs and accounts for 8.2 million of its subscribers.

MVNOs’ Roaming Profits Soar With TravelSim

TravelSim decreases the roaming charges for the consumer and increases the roaming profits of its MVNOs TravelSim’s (www.travelsim.com) low data roaming charges eliminates the cost-concern for mobile users abroad with higher data consumption generating soaring roaming profits for its world-wide network of partner Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs). All travellers need to guard against high … Continue reading

Outsourced and Integrated Business/Operations Support Systems – Reduced Risk AND Control for MVNOs?

written by Rob Smith, MDS Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) have long proven to be a revenue-generating asset in the communications marketplace. While interest in the MVNO business model has fluctuated over the years, it has recently seen a strong upsurge in interest. This interest has extended across a wide range of solution areas, provoking … Continue reading

MVNOs, M2M Driving Wholesale Connections at AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile

In the past three years, wholesale connections stemming from mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) and M2M have climbed by 30 million to hit 70 million across six top carriers. According to new numbers from GSMA Intelligence, a group including AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular, Clearwire and Verizon Wireless has seen combined total connection gains of … Continue reading

JOYN STRUGGLES AS OPERATORS PARTNER WITH OTT PROVIDERS

Research reveals 29% of mobile operators believe GSMA offering Joyn is not the solution to successfully compete with messaging service providers such as WhatsApp and Skype London, 13 August 2013: GSMA-backed standard Joyn is struggling to drive significant operator support, limited by its complexity and slow speed to market, according to new research by mobilesquared … Continue reading

A perfect match for MVNOs

“TELCOS have been making billions from customers, but what have the customers been getting other than connectivity and perhaps dropped calls,” says Loke Yee Siong, founder and CEO of the latest telco in town, Enabling Asia Tech. “Offering customers, especially pre-paid users, a tangible benefit is key,” he says, pinpointing this as a customer need … Continue reading

Saudi mobile telecom market set for change

Mobile virtual network operators (MVNO) are gearing up to initiate positive change in Saudi Arabia’s telecom market, a report said. The Saudi Communication and Information Technology Commission (CITC) recently qualified three consortia for MVNO licenses in a bid to stimulate competition and provide more choice. In a statement it said the licenses would improve the … Continue reading

Analyst Angle: Colombia leads Latin American MVNO market

In the past several years, very few topics have seen so much discussion and so little action in the Latin America telecom market as mobile virtual network operators. For years now, operators, regulators and vendors have discussed this opportunity; some countries have approved specific regulations; and a number of vendors established offices in the region … Continue reading