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Thursday, April 7, 2011

Three new MVNOs on Everything Everywhere bring its total to 21

Everything EverywhereEverything Everywhere says another three new mobile virtual network operators will be launching on its network in the next month, bringing its total number of MVNOs to 21. All three of the new virtual networks are connecting through mobile virtual network aggregator Transatel, which started working with Orange UK in October 2009.

The new networks are Priyomobile from Priyo Communications, which is a network aimed at Bangladeshis living in the UK, a telecommunications co-operative called The Phone Co-Op and RMmobile from business communications company Ryan and Marc Ltd.

Jason Bellman, Director of MVNO and Wholesale Operations at Everything Everywhere, said “As the UK’s largest communications company we can offer a bigger and better network with more support for our partners. We have very ambitious plans to become the network partner of choice for new and existing MVNOs, and through our partnership with Transatel, MVNOs of all sizes have the opportunity to enter the exciting mobile space.”

Everything Everywhere’s other MVNO partners on its Orange and T-Mobile networks are Virgin, H3G, Telecom Plus, GET, Ikea, Vectone, Nowtel, Matrix, Econet, Lyca, Ethnic Challenge, Cable and Wireless, i-Pass, Opal, Intercity, C Mobile, Axis Telecom and Unicom.

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4/8/2011 9:43 PM

Is Three (H3G) a MVNO? I'm pretty sure they have there own network and they do sharing with Everything Everywhere.


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4/8/2011 9:46 PM

Three has its own 3G network but originally relied on other networks for 2G GSM coverage in the UK. According to Everything Everywhere, that relationship is still in place.

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