Here at x-Mobility, we’re saying hello to Australia and Vietnam with Australian and Vietnamese numbers added into our AppVNO service.
Last month we heard that Vyke had hit record numbers of downloads, this month we learn the same about Cloud SIM. Both of them are service providers that are using the x-Mobility AppVNO service and both of them are experiencing a surge of new users – that can’t be a coincidence.
Vyke, the original AppVNO, increased its average new net additions by over 50%. 2021 could be the global year of the digital MVNO.
Ahead of this year’s virtual MVNO World Congress event, we’re launching our new App eSIM service – a white-label consumer eSIM offering. This means that in conjunction with our existing App VNOTM service, we can provide the full suite of SIM services – mobile number, voice, sms and now data – all OTT. App eSIMContinue reading “Launching App eSIM – Our New White-label Consumer eSIM service”
Follow Me Talk to launch with a network of key brands including Wefarm and Uber Follow Me Talk (https://www.followmetalk.com), a Kenyan smartphone financing company, is launching a new telecoms service that will be powered by x-Mobility. With the launch initially in Kenya and plans to extend to the greater East African market, Follow Me TalkContinue reading “A New OTT Telecoms Service in Kenya Thanks to x-Mobility”
A great article by Paula Gilbert in Connecting Africa announcing the launch of our client Gist Mobile Limited. Powered by x-Mobility, a mobile virtual network aggregator, Gist Mobile is targeting the millions of Africans that travel or live outside Africa but still have strong links back to the continent.” “In these difficult times for everyone, people are talkingContinue reading “Connecting Africa”
For years operators have been concerned about the rise of the OTT players, concerned that some day they may dominate the market. Is the latest news of Facebook’s 10% acquisition of Jio in India (https://lnkd.in/gwc29Hr) the start of the process for OTT players to go beyond dominating the market and taking over the MNOs themselves? OneContinue reading “Is it Over-The-Top for the Operators?”