A Mobile Virtual Network Operator or MVNO offers wireless communication services after obtaining the rights to access networks from a Mobile Network Operator (MNO).
A simplified description of an MVNO is an enterprise which acquires, or rather buys, a wireless mobile network bandwidth from an MNO and then sells it to its own customers. The San Francisco based 'CREDO Mobile' and 'Boost Mobile', headquartered in Sydney, Australia, are two popular Mobile Virtual Network Operators. 'T-Mobile', 'At&T' and 'Verizon' are a few mobile network operators whose services have been in demand among leading MVNOs. While 'CREDO Mobile' collaborates with 'Verizon Wireless', a renowned MNO, 'Boost Mobile' is a reseller of the US based 'Sprint' corporation's services.
When should an MVNO invest in technology?
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Depending on the category to which an MVNO belongs to, according to this paper, the MVNO will have some priorities before choosing the most suitable technology to their business needs.Obtaining market intelligence and shaping a strong marketing strategy should have the highest priority for any MVNO. This whitepaper highlights various approaches that MVNOs should look at before investing...
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