Open Mobile's LTE packages to be supported by Amdocs Bridgewater software

6 Oct 2011

Confirming recent reports that it is rolling out a 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) mobile broadband network, Puerto Rico’s smallest mobile operator Open Mobile has selected a ‘policy and subscriber network control’ solution from Amdocs Bridgewater to help it introduce and customise LTE service user packages. According to a press release, the Bridgewater solution will enable Open Mobile to rapidly launch new LTE data services such as volume-based packages with pre-set quotas, real-time subscriber redirection to top-up service quotas, and roaming controls to manage data usage and prevent mobile bill shock. The solution will also allow Open Mobile to manage and monetise mobile data with real-time policy control and improve subscriber transparency with dynamic notifications when service quotas are reached. CommsUpdate reported recently that CDMA2000-based Open Mobile was racing with other Puerto Rican operators including AT&T and Claro to launch the first LTE network on the island.

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