VoIP Systems


VoIP Systems VoIP systems have become a popular communication method for businesses. A VoIP phone system is software that enables digital communication and is short for Voice over Internet Protocol. By 2025, the traditional landline blackout will occur, making VoIP systems an excellent choice for switching. How does a VoIP system work? A VoIP system is simple. When a call …

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Zero1 first 5G MVNO in Singapore

Zero1 first 5G MVNO in Singapore The launch of 5G has constantly been the talk of the town, as it boasts download speeds up to 10 times faster than 4G. While the Big Boys have already launched their 5G services in the market, Zero1 entered into the 5G market by being the first mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) in Singapore …

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Argentine MVNO Imowi


Argentine MVNO Imowi Argentine mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) Imowi wants to invest close to US$1million a year to keep up with the expanding required in the country.   This amount, includes some opex, which will be used for different projects which include the incorporation of voice over 4G and voice over Wi-Fi, improvements in Wi-Fi carrier grade and the …

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MVNO Velotel Launched on EE 5G Network & Target UK Cyclists Market


MVNO Velotel Launched on EE 5G Network & Target UK Cyclists Market New MVNO has launched in the UK called Velotel geared up for the needs of the cycling public, enabled by MVNE Transatel.  They offers voice and data plans using the EE 5G network, with EU roam-like-at-home included in all plans. Velotel has a cycling partner network which will give customers …

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Growing cases of mobile phone SIM Swap


Growing cases of mobile phone SIM Swap Users of mobile phones run the risk of losing thousands of pounds at the hands of scammers after mobile networks provide scammers with personal information for users. In some cases, not all the correct security information was obtain to access the victims account.  But the mobile network still provided access to the fraudster. …

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MVNO Global Development


MVNO Global Development Nigeria (NCC) plans to license companies to operate as MVNOs in Nigeria. Earlier this week, the authority invited interested companies to submit applications for MVNO’s, which will be classified into five different levels: virtual operator, single facility operator, main facility operator, virtual aggregator/enabler and unified virtual operator. The regulator added that level 1-4 participants must pay 5% …

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Singapore M1 on board ZΩH as new MVNO partner

Singapore M1 on board ZΩH as new MVNO partner

Singapore M1 on board ZΩH as new MVNO partner                 Singapore M1 has announced ZΩH as its latest mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) partner. As a telecommunications service offering from ICT and enterprise network provider Lifeway Singapore, ZΩH will leverage M1’s advanced mobile network infrastructure to deliver mobile services specifically to enterprise customers. …

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Walmart launching Mexican MVNO


Walmart launching Mexican MVNO The new mobile service was created to help connect those living in rural areas, according to Walmart Mexico   Walmart revealed this week that its Mexican unit — known as Walmex — has launched a mobile phone service available throughout the country. The service, called “Bodega Aurrera Internet y Telefonia,” or BAIT, offers prepaid calls and …

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New MVNO Zevvle Has a Different Twist on PAYG Data


A new Birmingham-based Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) called Zevvle has launched with a different twist on pay-as-you-go data (mobile broadband) pricing, which is intended to help prevent customers from overpaying for data they don’t use by discounting the price as you consume an increasing amount. The new MVNO is based off EE’s (BT) national UK network and seems to be aimed more …

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Free EU roaming will End after Brexit transition period.


After nearly four years of excruciating debate and rancour, the UK will finally depart the European Union. What happens then? Not much. Britain enters an 11-month transition period, where it effectively remains a member of the single market and customs union. Once that ends, major changes will take place, including the end of guaranteed free roaming across the European Union. …

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