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iiNet gets set for new standalone MVNO smartphone bet

iiNet gets set for new standalone MVNO smartphone bet iiNet not only sold 1000 iPhones in the first day of sales, it is going to offer mobile voice and data packages from the 2 December 2014 without needing to first be an iiNet broadband customer. iiNet recently announced that it would start selling the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 5s and ... Read More »

TalkTalk ditches Vodafone and switches MVNO to O2

TalkTalk ditches Vodafone and switches MVNO to O2 “Multi-year deal” with Telefonica UK will see O2 provide 2G, 3G and 4G services for TalkTalk customers in UK TalkTalk has entered a new MVNO partnership with O2, bringing and end to its four year agreement with Vodafone, as it makes a play for the quad-play market. The fixed line provider previously ... Read More »

Spanish MVNO Airis Mobile merges with Republica Movil

Spanish MVNO Airis Mobile merges with Republica Movil Spanish MVNO Airis Mobile has announced that it has merged with Republica Movil and will no longer offer services under its own brand. Airis Mobile customers will be able to keep their SIM card without incurring any additional charges but their monthly tariff will change to the ‘Pequena’ tariff of Republica Movil, ... Read More »

Spanish MVNO Simyo reaches 500,000 customers

Spanish MVNO Simyo reaches 500,000 customers Spanish MVNO Simyo announced that it added 14,000 net lines in October to pass the milestone of 500,000 customers for the first time. The operator revamped its range of prepaid and postpaid mobile tariffs in the summer, offering a simpler and more flexible portfolio. Customers can choose between four different mobile data options (from ... Read More »

FreedomPop Giving Away International Calling to All

 FreedomPop Giving Away International Calling to All FreedomPop Wednesday broke new ground with an industry first, namely free international calling. The MVNO, which offers limited wireless plans for free, announced that it is launching the completely free international calling service. Beginning today, FreedomPop will give any smartphone user with any carrier 100 minutes of free international calls each month to ... Read More »

FreedomPop takes aim at carriers, Skype with international calling plans

FreedomPop takes aim at carriers, Skype with international calling plans Sprint MVNO also announces further European expansion plans Sprint (NYSE: S) MVNO FreedomPop is launching free international calling as part of its service, even to customers who do not have FreedomPop as their primary carrier. The company’s salvo is aimed not just at traditional wireless carriers but also VoIP providers ... Read More »

New MVNO to fill ‘big niche’

New MVNO to fill ‘big niche’ SA’s historically arid mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) landscape may soon start to become more lush, as at least three more players are set to make their niche cellular services available in the first half of next year. This comes about five months after former Virgin Mobile SA (VMSA) boss Steve Bailey launched his ... Read More »

Czech MVNO BleskMobil celebrates 2nd anniversary

Czech MVNO BleskMobil celebrates 2nd anniversary   The Czech Republic’s first MVNO, BleskMobil, is celebrating its second anniversary on the market by extending its promotion, pricing calls at CZK 1 per minute to one selected number of any Czech operator, reports Mobilenet.cz. The promotion will apply for another year for both new and current customers. The activation of the service ... Read More »

Australian MVNOs: 3G or 4G?

Australian MVNOs: 3G or 4G? Mobile users looking for lower prices for higher data caps often turn to mobile virtual network operators like Vaya, Lebara and Amaysim. However, many MVNOs do not yet offer the 4G services sold by the big three telcos. To date, Optus is the only wholesale 4G provider in the Australian market. As a result, only ... Read More »