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There's no end to upheaval in France's mobile market in sight, as Numericable agrees to swallow the MVNO.
Orange could follow the unveiling of a content portal and a retail site in South Africa with the launch of a fully-fledged mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) within the next few years.
Lenovo has become a mobile broadband operator with the introduction of Mobile Access, a global cellular data service for 3G-enabled ThinkPads.Unveiled on Monday, Lenovo Mobile Access allows both pay-as-you-go and monthly usage, and is immediately available in the UK, eight other European countries and the US.
Carphone Warehouse has joined 3 in offering truly unlimited data for mobile customers, albeit on a trial basis.People signing up to the company's Talkmobile mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), which resells Vodafone connectivity, will be able to get unlimited internet access on their smartphones as part of contracts starting at £12 a month.
Britain's largest residential ISP plans to add mobile voice and broadband services to its existing home packages via a MVNO deal with the mobile operator
The MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) market is expected to reach $10.7 bln in service revenue and amass a total of 40 mln customers by 2010, as operators seek to gain a competitive edge through service differentiation.
Mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) activity in Western Europe will significantly increase over the next few years, according to IDC. IDC believes that the MVNO subscriber base in Western Europe will grow from more than 13 mln in 2005, to more than 47 mln in 2009.
A recent IDC study showed that mobile services subscriptions and spending in Saudi Arabia is set to undergo tremendous growth in 2004, fueled by strong pent-up demand from a large yet under penetrated addressable market. The licensing of a second mobile operator by the end of 2004 and the possible introduction of an MVNO in 2005 are expected to provide further impetus for market growth in 2005 and beyond.
Charged with the responsibility for building the world’s first multi-national Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO), Ross Cormack is the chief executive of Virgin Mobile Asia, the billion dollar JV between Virgin and SingTel. Having served on the Boards of mobile operators such as HKT Mobile in Hong Kong and M1 in Singapore, Cormack is confident that the way to success lies in helping customers get the best out of their mobile experience.
The Info-communications Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) said it plans to release a final policy framework for third generation mobile virtual network operators (MVNO) by the third quarter of this year.