Category: MVNOs – in partnership with the MVNOs Series


Q&A with Achilleas Philippopoulos, Head of MVNO at Cyta

Achilleas Philippopoulos, Head of MVNO at Cyta, shares his thoughts on the biggest innovators in the digital world, the biggest challenges Cyta faced last year and the initiatives Cyta has taken to stay ahead of the curve.

Embracing a new type of MVNO

A new type of MVNO is entering the market. Known as the ‘AppVNO’, its unique selling point is the ability to make calls and send texts via an app using an additional mobile number.

Q&A with Whitey Bluestein, Bluestein & Associates

With little growth in new subscribers in the retail market, the growth area today is in IoT, M2M and connected devices. Several MVNOs have also focused more and more on these segments, where they can add value.

Q&A with Federico Homberg, Deutsche Telekom

Whilst for consumers using their phones in Europe became significantly cheaper, the decision made by the EU to ban roaming charges across its member countries has clearly impacted the mobile wholesale market.

Q&A with Nicholas Constantinopoulos, CEO Europe at FreedomPop

Nicholas Constantinopoulos shares what has impacted his business the most, why Operator’s DNA doesn’t include innovation and the whether the current non-traditional telco players entering the market are a threat or an opportunity.

Q&A with Hakan Demir, Founder and CEO at Fenercell

With the number of connected devices expected to reach 20.8 billion by 2020 (Gartner) and the rise of new technologies such as IoT, e-SIM and Blockchain, MVNOs are faced with an always changing market, yet disruptive, but with many opportunities for growth and co-operation. To give you an update on these topics, the MVNOs Series […]

Comcast’s Verizon MVNO goes live

US cable and content giant Comcast is having a go at mobile via a new MVNO running on the Verizon 4G network as well as a bunch of wifi hotspots.

CNMC axes MVNO rules – Viva la Deregulation

The Spanish National Authority for Markets and Competition (CNMC) has decided to remove regulations which force MNOs to provide reasonable access to their mobile infrastructure.

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