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MVNO

(Mobile Virtual Network Operator) A reseller of wireless services. MVNOs do not own licensed spectrum and typically do not have any of their own wireless network infrastructure. Like landline telephone resellers, they sell service under their own brand name but use the facilities of existing carriers. However, MVNOs that do have network service centers can add value to their offerings.
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It is anticipated by the firm to apply this MVNO service to solutions that focus on Panasonic Group hardware, including integration of communication functions with its products, or services that allow for remote maintenance and management of devices.
VMMEA claims a 1m-strong customer base across its five operations, positioning the company as the clear leader in the MEA MVNO sector.
The MVNOs will also pay 15% of their annual revenue to the
As well, our Mobile Services Platform provides Mobily, and the MVNO it serves, with a flexible suite of network components, OSS/BSS, and VAS solutions that will be leveraged by the MVNO to offer distinct, separate, and compellingly different subscriber offerings.
These services not only add value to any MVNO's campaign but also build customer loyalty and can reduce MVNO churn by providing superior services.
Operating with the MVNO services in Jordan will open a new channel of business for i2 and will definitely boost even further the telecommunication industry development in Jordan.
The MVNO business field is relatively new in Japan.
The report covers not only the new MVNO entrants but also critically reviews the existing resellers and MVNOs, providing a deep-dive into the existing and potential players in the market, including key ownership, management team and principals, partners, funding, network operators and underlying technology, MVNE (Mobile Virtual Network Enabler), pricing, target markets, and their strategies for branding, marketing and distribution.
CEO & founder of VMMEA, Mikkel Vinter, said : "Our launch in Saudi Arabia with a full MVNO license from the telecom regulator CITC is a major milestone and has always been a key aspiration because of the large population and economic vibrancy of the Kingdom.
Saudi Arabia's ministry of telecommunications originally announced plans to award three MVNO licences back in November 2011.
The planned compilation of MVNO regulations is designed to stir up demand and entrepreneurial activity in the mobile market, they said.
THE MVNO SHOP -Opening will take place at the MWC Mobile World Congress in Spain, Barcelona, March 2-5, 2015 and will highlight the presentation of The MVNO Collection , a comprehensive and cloud based module-system of highly competitive products and services with a maximum of smart convenience for a converged mobile ecosystem.