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Russian state-owned nuclear power corporation ROSATOM plans to launch an MVNO next year, Kommersant reports. According to the business daily, the MVNO will operate on the Tele2 network. The report... more
The ongoing MVNO-related dispute between Cox Communications and T-Mobile US reached the Delaware Supreme Court last week, Fierce Wireless reported. Cableco Cox is keen to enter the US MVNO sector... more
Camara de Cooperativas de Telecomunicaciones (Catel), which represents a large number of telecoms cooperatives across Argentina, has confirmed that it will launch its long-delayed MVNO service on 20 January 2022.... more
Belgian telecoms operator is moving to absorb its low-cost subsidiary Scarlet, 13 years after acquiring the fixed voice, broadband internet and mobile services provider, Data News cites a source from... more
Orange Poland says it is looking to ramp up its wholesale operations, including offering fibre-optic access to other telcos and hosting MVNOs on its mobile network. Maciej Nowohonski, member of... more
Canada’s SaskTel has unveiled the launch of a new digital sub-brand called Lum Mobile. Lum (pronounced ‘loom’) will be a fully digital mobile model that will support a self-serve wireless... more
UK MVNO ParentShield has activated ‘Daily Data Budgeting’ functionality for its customers. The virtual operator, which allows parents to oversee their child’s phone usage without invading their privacy, previously stated:... more
In Brazil, the General Superintendence (Superintendencia-Geral, SG) of the Administrative Council for Economic Defence (Conselho Administrativo de Defesa Economica, CADE) has reportedly approved the proposed acquisition of local MVNO J.... more
Brazil has a new MVNO, in the form of Nomo. According to Mobile Time, the newcomer is backed by investors from companies such as Stone, Nubank and Ebanx, while Iporanga... more
Telefonica Deutschland has confirmed it has signed a new wholesale agreement with long-term MVNO player Lebara Germany, which will switch to its network from 2022. According to TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database,... more