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Blue Wireless launches enterprise-based 4G plans

1 May 2018

Blue Wireless, which describes itself as ‘Asia’s first network independent wireless internet service provider for business users’, has launched an improved 4G LTE connectivity option for its Enterprise customers, via a SIM card offering high speed wireless connectivity in 15 markets in Asia-Pacific. Headquartered in Singapore with service in 20 countries, Blue Wireless operates as an MVNO to offer ‘flexible internet access and ongoing management for business applications’. As such, its new offer allows customers to subscribe to one single plan to gain access to unlimited SIM cards for use in their 4G LTE devices, such as routers, tablets or IoT devices.

Commenting on the launch, Blue Wireless’ chief wireless officer Ivan Landen, said: ‘Enterprises today have an ever-increasing number of 4G devices in their business, but they often struggle with the individual plans from traditional mobile providers, resulting in high charges, unused plans or both … This is where we can offer a simplified solution and significant cost reduction, by offering a single data pool across 15 countries and unlimited SIMs which business customers can use anytime, anywhere.’

Singapore, Blue Wireless (Singapore)

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