Thursday, 6 October 2011

MVNO Headlines - 06 October 2011

Stonehenge Telecom Signs Contract with Sprint
PR Web (press release)
Stonehenge Telecom has signed a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) agreement with Sprint which allows the company access to the Sprint 3G network, which reaches over 274 million people. Stonehenge Mobile has several feature-filled, bundled packages ...

Cox Unclear if They'll Offer iPhone 4S
by Karl Bode 4 minutes ago tags: business · cable · Cox HSI Now that Sprint has finally gotten the iPhone, will Cox Communications offer the device to customers now that they're effectively a Sprint MVNO? In a rambling, not-really-specific statement to ...

Yallo cut cost of calls to Africa, Asia, Latin America
Telecompaper (subscription)
Sunrise's prepaid MVNO Yallo is cutting the cost of overseas calls to various destinations in Africa, Asia and Latin America. New Yallo prepaid customers will benefit from these price reductions until end-2011. Calls to countries such as China, ...

PrimeTel Mobile launches voicemail, missed call notification
Telecompaper (subscription)
Cypriot MVNO PrimeTel Mobile extended the range of its services by launching the new voicemail and missed call notification services. Voicemail service has already been activated for all PrimeTel customers and will be automatically activated for new ...

Telecom 'cloud billing' market ready to soar
Companies such as Zuora, recently selected by Tata Communications to provide cloud services; Aria, selected by TeleDanmark's broadband YouSee service; Cycle30 selected to rollout MVNE and MVNO services in Africa and MetraTech who created a new cloud ...