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UK-based Lycamobile Group is poised to launch a new MVNO in South Africa, over the Cell C network, it has been revealed. The development was shared by Cell C CEO... more
Iran’s Saman Bank is set to become one of the country’s first MVNOs, when its subsidiary Kish Cell Pars launches under the SamanTel brand name. While the identity of the... more
Telefonica Deutschland, Germany’s largest mobile operator by subscribers, has successfully completed the migration of all private O2 and E-Plus subscribers onto a common customer platform. The development forms part of... more
China Unicom Global (CUG) has launched a new CUniq-branded MVNO business in the United States, following the successful launch of its UK MVNO in December 2016. Expanding on CUniq UK’s... more
Australian MVNO amaysim has reported statutory net revenue of AUD136.6 million (USD104.7 million) for the six months ended 31 December 2016, up 17% from AUD117.3 million on an annualised basis.... more
FRiENDi Jordan has announced it will suspend its operations in the Kingdom as of 7 March 2017, due to ‘continued financial losses’, which it blames on the high cost of... more
Belgium’s Telenet Group has announced that it has sold its Ortel Mobile MVNO subsidiary to domestic virtual operator Lycamobile Belgium. Telenet claims that the combined entity will account for a... more
Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), the holding company of United Arab Emirates (UAE) fixed and mobile operator Du, has licensed the Virgin Mobile name from Richard Branson’s Virgin Group and... more
Paris-based MVNO/MVNE Transatel has announced that international coverage offered by its Transatel DataSIM service has been extended to 20 new locations across the Caribbean and Latin America, including a number... more
Hong Kong-based business services telco Wharf T&T has announced plans for an expansion this year, including the possibility of launching as an MVNO to improve its portfolio of fixed-mobile convergence... more