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Polish telco Play Communications has announced that its subsidiary P4 (Play) has completed its previously agreed acquisition of 100% of the shares in Virgin Mobile Polska. The takeover price amounted... more
Swiss full-service provider UPC Switzerland has announced that it is gradually introducing VoLTE services for its customers. Users with compatible iOS devices can use the function immediately, whilst VoLTE will... more
Saudi Arabia’s Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) has extended the deadline for MVNO applications until 11 November 2020 as a result of ‘challenges and obstacles’ caused by the ongoing... more
Belgian telco Proximus has announced that it has signed up French voice/cloud provider Sewan as a Light MVNO client. Sewan, which is operational in France, Spain and Germany, entered the... more
Italy’s largest MVNO PosteMobile has revealed that it is switching its host network back to Vodafone after six years with Wind Tre. The reseller, which is operated by the national... more
Mexican media giant Grupo Televisa has confirmed that its Izzi Movil MVNO – which launched on 1 June 2020 – ended that month with 14,000 customers. Salvi Folch Viadero, Televisa’s... more
Virgin Mobile Canada – a sub-brand operator of Bell Canada – has launched ‘Virgin TV’, an OTT app-based service with 240 live and on-demand channels, for its home internet subscribers... more
VTB Mobile, the MVNO launched by Russian bank VTB in September 2019, has confirmed that it has reached the 100,000-subscriber milestone. Maxim Sharkov, CEO of VTB Mobile, commented: ‘We are... more
US satellite TV giant DISH Network completed the USD1.4 billion acquisition of pre-paid sub-brand Boost Mobile on 1 July, inheriting more than nine million customers. The company will continue to... more
French mobile giant Bouygues Telecom has signed an exclusivity agreement with Credit Mutuel-backed Euro-Information, with a view to acquiring all the capital of its MVNO subsidiary Euro-Information Telecom (EI Telecom).... more