An island with ubiquitous WiFi uses x-Mobility’s AppVNO service to power a new mobile network that doesn’t need SIM cards.
A leading radio station wanted to launch an MVNO, but decided that x-Mobility’s AppVNO service was a better solution.
For many MNOs, battling against the OTT players can mean that revenues stagnate, or even worse, decline. Here’s how they could halt that decline.
These are challenging times for many of the world’s mobile operators. MNOs, like many businesses, are facing uncertainty and new business challenges. So how can they ensure that revenues don’t decline?
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From a SIM based MVNO to a digital MVNO with x-Mobility.
We’re certainly not the first people to say that, but we mean apps for making and receiving calls and messages. And the global lockdown seems to made the general public turn to OTT calling apps – and their ease of use, flexibility and additional services – more than ever. What’s our evidence for this –Continue reading “Apps are the Future”
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”