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Canada is likely to see the launch of a new MVNO in 2020, in the form of dot.mobile. The newcomer, which has been conceived by two ex-Wind Mobile product architects,... more
Atlanta-based Cricket Wireless, which has operated as an AT&T sub-brand since its takeover in March 2014, has announced that it has reached the ten million subscriber milestone, having successfully added... more
US-based Telrite Holdings, which currently owns the Pure Talk USA and Life Wireless MVNOs, has agreed to purchase Locus Telecommunications, which offers MVNO services under its own name, and under... more
KPN of the Netherlands plans to shut all of its budget multi-play sub-brand Telfort’s retail stores on 1 May this year, although online Telfort marketing will continue for the time... more
Mexican cable giant Megacable has launched its long-awaited MVNO under the Mega 4.5G brand. The service, which is restricted to existing Megacable subscribers, utilises the Red Compartida open-access 700MHz network... more
Dutch budget mobile and triple-play service provider Youfone has introduced a range of home fibre broadband packages over the KPN network with access speeds of 50Mbps, 100Mbps, 200Mbps and 500Mbps.... more
The long-awaited launch of Lycamobile Uganda is edging closer, with the UK-owned MVNO group recently launching its website (http://lycamobile.ug) and placing adverts for a wide range of vacant positions –... more
The Netherlands’ KPN says it is focused on multi-play services for households and companies under the KPN brand, and in 2019-2020 it will pursue a strategy of combining the most... more
A pair of Malaysian MVNOs have confirmed that they will be exiting the mobile market this month. BuzzMe – the in-house brand used by regional mobile virtual network aggregator (MVNA)... more
Brazilian mobile virtual network enabler (MVNE) EUTV (Surf Telecom) has commenced the deployment of its long-awaited 4G LTE network in Sao Paulo – the country’s most populous city. Surf Telecom,... more