If you’re a fixed line operator, looking to get into mobile – then watch our video as we tell you more.
WanTok Pacific Corporation (WPC) is a newly formed operator and member of the GSMA. Thanks to x-Mobility’s digital MVNO service, they have been able to launch a new, local, mobile operator on the islands of Vanuatu and Tonga.
To tie-in with the excitement of the launched of WanTok Mobile, WPC has also launched WanTok Money – a low-cost money remittance service – and plans to further its portfolio with additional music and movies services.
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Globally fixed line operators are constantly looking for ways to grow, expand and increase revenues. To do this, some of them have moved into the mobile space – either building their own networks or buying into existing mobile network operators (MNOs).
As an industry, we have solved many problems for our customers and created some amazing technology that we can offer them…
This is part of the article that Shanks Kulam wrote for Southern Asian Wireless Communications.
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Digital MVNOs provide a much quicker route to market, with far less up front cost and dramatically reduced logistical and distribution requirements. We find that for many of our clients, especially in markets such as Africa, then launching a digital MVNO is the definitely the way to go. Even if they want to launch aContinue reading “The Benefits of a Digital MVNO”
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.
An island with ubiquitous WiFi uses x-Mobility’s AppVNO service to power a new mobile network that doesn’t need SIM cards.