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Become a Roaming SIM Card Dealer (MVNO)

(Mobile Virtual Network Operators )         Investment £8,000 - £15,000

An MVNO buys Mobile Phone airtime and services at wholesale rates.

Virgin Mobile or Tesco Mobile are examples of a MVNO

We offer a flexible model allowing you to set up as a Telecom providor as a Reseller or Dealer of Roaming SIMs and UK outbound low cost calls. Set up for niche markets selling SIM’s to your customers and provide low cost outgoing calls for niche markets “Ethnic markets”, business travellers & holiday makers.

Earn revenue whilst your customers save money on mobile calls in the UK and abroad.

Roaming SIM card’s that work in over 200 countries on 550+ networks around the world.

Flexible model allowing you to set up as an MVNO for Roaming SIMs and niche markets.

Become a Roaming SIM supplier and provide low cost calls for niche “Ethnic” markets

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Pontis Launches New Contextual Data Service Solution For CSPs

 

News from Ra’anana, Israel

 Allowing Operators to Increase Revenues from Data Services by 15% through Increased Data Service Adoption, Monetization and Customer Experience

Pontis’ new solution uses a unique analytical model to build the "data profile" of each customer and automatically engage in a personalized manner. With full integration to DPI and PCRF network systems, the new Pontis solution enables CSPs to execute personalized actions that leverage the real-time context of each individual customerincluding customer engagement, product activation and price plans, and applying dynamic network policies such as zero-rate data.

Read more: Pontis Launches New Contextual Data Service Solution For CSPs

Telco consolidation in Europe

Telco consolidation in Europe, National mergers in mobile, and regional in cable. Waiting for cross-border mega-fusions.

In its latest report dedicated to " Telco consolidation in Europe", IDATE presents its analysis and approach of the deterioration of Europe's telecommunications services markets, urging operators to consider different means of consolidation, with a view to achieving economies of scale and/or increasing market share.

Elife E7

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Who will own Blackberry

Google, Intel and Germany’s SAP are among a group of technology giants weighing takeover bids for BlackBerry, the once “Must have” Canadian gadget maker.

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Travel safely and "Know Before You Go on your trip"

Here at European Reseller GeoSIM we know the importance of being prepared when you travel, especially with low cost telephones whilst traveling.

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Smart Phone Eco-ATM launched in Washington

Smart Phone Eco-ATM launched in Washington

Sales of used smartphones are expected to reach $5 billion by 2015 and this market is quite lucrative with used-phones market stretches from the Philippines to Brazil. In Brazil, consumers are willing to pay as much as $1,000 for a new iPhone 5,

Read more: Smart Phone Eco-ATM launched in Washington

BYOD Survey

TheiPhone and iPad as well as increased mobility of workforces is forcing a shift in the way that companies operate on a day-to-day basis.

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Worldwide Mobile Phone Sales Declined 1.7 Per Cent in 2012

Apple and Samsung Increased Share to Control 52 Per Cent of Worldwide Smartphone Sales, while Huawei Reached No. 3 Spot in Worldwide Smartphone Sales Ranking

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Worldwide Mobile Phone Sales Declined 1.7 Per Cent in 2012

Apple and Samsung Increased Share to Control 52 Per Cent of Worldwide Smartphone Sales, while Huawei Reached No. 3 Spot in Worldwide Smartphone Sales Ranking

Worldwide mobile phone sales to end users totalled 1.75 billion units in 2012, a 1.7 per cent decline from 2011 sales, according to Gartner, Inc. Smartphones continued to drive overall mobile phone sales, and the fourth quarter of 2012 saw record smartphone sales of 207.7 million units, up 38.3 per cent from the same period last year.

Read more: Worldwide Mobile Phone Sales Declined 1.7 Per Cent in 2012

New CEO for Research In Motion (RIM)

Canada's mobile giant Research In Motion (RIM) known for the BlackBerry resigned earlier this week after a year of lows for the company.

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Smart phones exceeded sales PCs for Q4 2011

Vendors shipped 158.5 million smart phones in Q4 2011, up 57% on the 101.2 million units shipped in Q4 2010. This quarter took total global shipments for the whole of 2011 to 488.0 million units, up 63% on the 299.7 million smart phones shipped throughout 2010.

Read more: Smart phones exceeded sales PCs for Q4 2011

Microsoft to buy Skype

Confounding expectations that it would be Facebook that eventually went for Skype, it has emerged yesterday that Microsoft has agreed to buy Skype for US$8.5bn.

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Payphones A New Option for Resellers

With the explosion in mobile phone technology dealers could be forgiven for thinking the days of traditional payphones are numbered, but not according to Jeff Wilkes who says when times are tough businesses are always looking for ways to save money, control costs and create a revenue stream.

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BlackBerry Message Service Disrupted

It has been a tough start to the week for Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM), as their second major outage of the week affecting BlackBerry Internet Services continues to affect millions of users web and messaging capabilities.

The timing of these events does not work to RIM's favor, following the use of BBs in the (not so) petty thieving in the UK

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Machine to Machine (M2M) focused mobile network operator announces

Enterprise quality connection over 3G keeps businesses connected in an emergency. Stream Communications offers small business to large enterprise easy, robust insurance against a range of disaster scenarios Instant failover for Internet access and digital communications Provide temporary connectivity to remote sites.

Read more: Machine to Machine (M2M) focused mobile network operator announces

Ovi services rebranded as Nokia

Nokia’s EVP and Chief Marketing Officer, Jerri DeVard, announced today that Ovi services will be rebranded as Nokia services, in a transition beginning this July and expected to continue into 2012.....IDC's view

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LTE networks

As the popularity of smartphones and other intelligent devices increases, mobile network operators recognise that future revenue growth hinges upon their ability to deliver a wider range of broadband applications and services.

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20:20 Mobile Grows Central & Eastern European Operations

20:20 mobile company launches end-to-end logistics services to grow operations across Central & Eastern Europe

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Mobile payments service in Hong Kong

Monitise Asia Pacific and JETCO will launch a Mobile Prepaid Top-Up service in Hong Kong for mobile operators, providing prepaid customers with a new and more convenient way of paying securely via their mobile devices.

Read more: Mobile payments service in Hong Kong