— Telucom, the company that revolutionized the process of becoming a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), announced today that it is expanding the functionality of its “MVNO in a Box” solution. MVNO in a Box enables a business to become an MVNO with minimal upfront investment. Telucom provides the platform, back end portal, customized website and connectivity to the AT&T and T-Mobile networks.
“Our goal has always been to enable virtually anyone to succeed in the MVNO business,” said a spokesperson for Telucom. “Our software and services make it easier to start an MVNO operation and a branded cellular company than established industry players could have ever imagined.”
An MVNO is a wireless communications services provider that does not own any actual wireless network infrastructure. Instead, the MVNO work through a mobile network operator, obtaining bulk, wholesale access to network services. The MVNO sets retail prices independently. This approach provides a number of advantages to consumers, including added contract flexibility and the bundling of phone hardware into service packages.
“Not every consumer is adequately served by the major carriers,” the spokesperson added. “The market has shown, repeatedly, that dynamic MVNOs can service customer segments that the big wireless companies cannot reach.” There are over 1,000 MVNOs operating worldwide.
Customers can set up their 4G LTE or 5G MVNO business with Telucom and be up and running within 30 days. Telucom handles the connections to the major wireless carriers. Telucom gives its customers all the tools they need to get started in the MVNO space. These include a capability for sending the MVNO’s customers SMS messages for billing, activation and service announcements. The platform offers customer emailing as well. The platform delivers a custom front end, with the MVNO’s unique branding and message. It handles subscription management, automated billing and more.
End users get to enjoy super high-speed services. Telucom delivers data speeds that are up to six times faster than those of other standard MVNOs. A user can download a music album, for example, at average speeds of 63Mbps. A 1080MB HD movie can download at between one and 35Mbps, translating into about one and a half minutes total download time. An even faster option, Telucom’s SuperFast 2 service, allows the end user to download the movie in an average of 45 seconds. Services are not available in all areas.
Telucom has received numerous industry awards and honors for excellence in the MVNO category. The company is also renowned for its customer service. It has customer service support representatives available 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. “When you become an MVNO, you are going into the customer support business, to a great extent,” the spokesperson added. “Therefore, we put the extra effort into supporting you, so you can be a success with your clientele.”
For more information, visit www.telucom.com
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