Everything Everywhere has announced a strategic partnership with mobile virtual network aggregator Atmovia as it looks to improve its offering to MVNOs.
The UK-based operator JV highlighted the fact that Atmovia has invested in deep end-to-end technology from Nokia Siemens Networks to enable the platform to support the launch and growth of MVNOs on its network.
In particular, it said the platform had the “unique capability” among MVNAs of dealing with large customer bases, while the creation and roll-out new tariffs has been reduced to just 10 minutes.
“We don’t believe that anyone else has done what we have; investing in the highest-spec, carrier grade technology for our platform, and taking the time to fully integrate it with our MNO partner," said Atmovia COO Richard Williams.
EE currently supports 13 direct MVNOs on its network plus a further 10 through Transatel.
“This is a very exciting step in the evolution of the MVNA market, and will allow small and large MVNOs alike to establish themselves in the market quickly and efficiently, giving them ultimate control over the service they offer their customers,” commented Marc Overton, VP of wholesale and M2M at EE.
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