Liberty Global has deployed customer experience company Amdocs' MVNO solution to support the launch of mobile services across three European markets.

The vendor is delivering the multi-tenant solution as part of a managed services agreement. It allows each MVNO, in Hungary, the Netherlands and Switzerland, to manage its own products and tariffs.

Amdocs said the single platform allows Liberty Global to easily add mobile to existing broadband, fixed line and television services. The common platform reduces time to deployment new products and also has lower costs, it added.

The vendor has integrated the platform with existing Liberty Global and third-party BSS and its customer facing systems to allow it to send a single bill across all parts of its business.

Dean Walters Chief Information Officer at Liberty Global, said: "As Liberty Global looks to introduce its quad-play offerings across Europe, we have chosen a flexible and proven managed solution that provides convergent, real-time charging and service delivery capabilities from an experienced partner.

“The Amdocs solution supports our goal of bringing quad-play to our markets whilst giving each country operation the ability to create their own go to market approach, within their own brand.”

Rebecca Prudhomme, Vice-President for Product and Solutions Marketing at Amdocs, added: "With Amdocs managing day-to-day operations and future development of the MVNOs’ platform, Liberty Global will be able to focus on its customers and new marketing initiatives to drive business growth."​

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