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Santa Clarita Businessman Featured As Panelist At World Congress – KHTS Radio

Santa Clarita businessman Ahmed Fares, the founder and CEO of Calitech, attended the Mobile Virtual Network Operator World Congress in Madrid, Spain as a representative of the Santa Clarita Business Incubator. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking KHTS Santa Clarita News Alerts delivered right to your inbox. Mobile Virtual Network Operators are wireless communication service providers offering mobile phone services to customers ... Read More »

MoBee – Synergy of Blockchain And Telecom Market – Cointelegraph

A company is aiming to create an international mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) using its own cryptocurrency for payments. Unlike other mobile virtual operators whose service is based on reselling traffic we found revolutionary solution appropriate to all telecom market counterparts. MoBee ecosystem is based on three main components: MoBee virtual operator, NetWorx platform and DiStream moneybox application. Their interaction ... Read More »

Could the Sprint-T-Mobile merger mean higher bills for Boost or MetroPCS customers? – WFMYNews2.com

If the government approves Sprint and T-Mobile’s bid to merge, customers of lower cost pre-paid plans — say from Boost and MetroPCS — could see some changes.  Both Sprint and T-Mobile sell prepaid services at lower costs and under different brand names: Sprint has Boost and Virgin Mobile USA, while T-Mobile offers MetroPCS. The two also wholesale their networks to such ... Read More »

Could the Sprint-T-Mobile merger mean higher bills for Boost or MetroPCS customers? – USA TODAY

CLOSE Here's how this mega-merger could be good or bad for long-time customers. USA TODAY T-Mobile and Sprint announced on April 29, 2018 that they reached an agreement to combine into a new company that would reshape the U.S. wireless landscape by reducing it to three major cellphone providers. The deal would help the companies slash costs and could make ... Read More »

Singapore MVNO offers public transit riders free data | ZDNet – ZDNet

Singapore mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), Circles.Life, is offering public transit riders free data of up to 1GB a month. The new service was the result of a partnership with EZ-Link, which issued contactless payment cards used widely by commuters and as a payment option at more than 30,000 locations, including convenience stores, fast food outlets, and taxis. Circles.Life said ... Read More »

Singapore MVNO offers public transit riders free data – ZDNet

Singapore mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), Circles.Life, is offering public transit riders free data of up to 1GB a month. The new service was the result of a partnership with EZ-Link, which issued contactless payment cards used widely by commuters and as a payment option at more than 30,000 locations, including convenience stores, fast food outlets, and taxis. Circles.Life said ... Read More »

MVNOs try to see a way forward – Bangkok Post

Shoppers take a mobile break at Siam Paragon. PATTARACHAI PRECHAPANICH The business of mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) has been frozen because of loopholes in regulations, and Penguin, the only active MVNO, is taking bets on whether the business model has a future under the existing ecosystem. An MVNO is a mobile operator that lacks its own cellular network and ... Read More »

The little telco taking on Optus – The Sydney Morning Herald

Ehab Abdou isn’t afraid of taking on telecommunications giant Optus. Since starting his business in 1995, the founder of TeleChoice has already salvaged it twice and so is unperturbed by the legal battle he has started against Optus in the Victorian Supreme Court. Ehab Abdou, founder of Telechoice at his office in Melbourne. Photo: Enrique Ascui TeleChoice is a mobile ... Read More »

MyRepublic named StarHub's first mobile virtual network operator … – The Business Times

Thu, May 03, 2018 – 11:49 AM FIBRE broadband company MyRepublic will now be a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), through a freshly inked partnership with StarHub. Under the deal announced on Thursday morning, MyRepublic will lease network capacity from StarHub to offer consumer mobile services, although no details on its service plans were immediately available. The tie-up is the ... Read More »