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Austrian MVNO Spusu, which is owned by Mass Response, has confirmed that its long-awaited Italian unit will go live in the first quarter of 2020. As previously reported by MVNO... more
Peru has a new MVNO in the form of Cuy Movil, which launched on 1 October over the Claro Peru network. The youth-orientated virtual operator received a licence from the... more
Russian bank VTB has become the latest financial institution to enter the domestic MVNO space, following the launch of VTB Mobile on 25 September. The newcomer has launched over the... more
Brazil has a new MVNO in the form of Esquadrao Celular, which has been launched by Salvador-based football team Esporte Clube Bahia. The new virtual operator is the latest in... more
Singaporean MVNO Circles.Life launched in Australia on Friday 13 September, using the Optus network. The launch represents the virtual operator’s second overseas launch, after its service went live in Taiwan... more
US cable group Altice USA has announced the commercial launch of its long-awaited MVNO unit, Altice Mobile. The service went live on 5 September, and the MVNO pitches itself as... more
amaysim, Australia’s largest MVNO by subscribers, ended 30 June 2019 with just 624,000 active users, after overhauling its reporting standards. Its user base has now been divided into ‘recurring subscribers’... more
Filipino media conglomerate ABS-CBN Corporation is aiming to extend the operating franchise of its 66.5%-owned telecom arm, ABS-CBN Convergence Inc, formerly Multimedia Telephony Inc (MTI) and trading as Broadband Philippines,... more
New UK MVNO Audacious launched on 14 August over BT Group’s EE network. The new player seeks to deliver ‘an enhanced audio experience to assist the ten million people in... more
New York-based Yonder Media Mobile (YMM) has reached an agreement to acquire Weex Mobile, a millennial-centric MVNO in Mexico, which launched back in 2015. The transaction is expected to close... more