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Sprint and Altice USA (the holding company comprising Cablevision and Suddenlink) have unveiled a new multi-year Full MVNO agreement, which will see the emergent US cable operator utilise Sprint’s network... more
Slovenian MVNO IZI Mobil is to shut down its operations on 31 December, transferring its customer base to host network provider Telekom Slovenije. IZI Mobil customers will see no change... more
Xfinity Mobile, the MVNO unit launched by US cable giant Comcast Corp in May 2017, has passed the 250,000 subscriber milestone, Fierce Wireless reports, citing an earnings call transcript published... more
A new MVNO is poised to launch in the US in the form of New York-based Wing, which will launch over the Sprint network. The newcomer, which is backed by... more
Thai MVNO The WhiteSpace Co, which trades as Penguin SIM, has signed an agreement to offer services over TOT’s 2100MHz network, in addition to its existing 850MHz wholesale deal with... more
The Icelandic Competition Authority (ICA) has granted its conditional approval to Vodafone Iceland’s (Fjarskipti’s) acquisition of ‘a large portion of the telecoms and media businesses’ of 365 Media, which operates... more
Xfinity Mobile, the MVNO unit launched by US cable giant Comcast Corp in April 2017, has attracted about 200,000 subscribers to date, people familiar with the situation have informed Bloomberg.... more
Canadian internet firm Tucows has announced that it has acquired US MVNO Roam Mobility from Otono Networks. Elliot Noss, President and CEO of Tucows, commented: ‘When we look at other... more
Telefonica’s multi-country sub-brand Tuenti has reached the one million subscriber milestone across its five active markets, it has been announced. TeleGeography notes that social network-turned-MVNO Tuenti was launched in Spain... more
Polish cable TV and broadband provider UPC is looking to increase its focus on the mobile sector, with the firm having announced that it is switching its host network from... more