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MVNO Lebara launches in Saudi Arabia

European-based MVNO Lebara has announced the launch of its service in Saudi Arabia over Mobily’s network. The provider, named Lebara Mobile KSA (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia), was granted the licence as part of the Saudi regulator’s attempt to shake-up the country’s telecoms market by ordering each of the three operators to host an MVNO.

One third of Dutch mobile subs are MVNO customers

Almost one third of mobile subscribers in the Netherlands are customers of virtual operators, according to a report published this week by Dutch analyst house Telecom Paper. The total number of MVNO subs in the market has now hit 6.6 million, or 32.8 per cent of the total subscriber base, the analyst said.

UK MVNO Lebara offers contract subscriptions

Pan-European MVNO Lebara, expanded its presence in the UK market with the addition of post paid contracts. The plans offer 2500 international or UK minutes and three month contracts, with prices ranging from just £10 up to £40. All plans include up to 2000 Lebara-to-Lebara call minutes and text messages and up to 10MB of mobile internet access per day free until November 1.Lebara piggybacks on the Vodafone UK network.

Vodafone targets international workers with MVNO

Vodafone UK notched up its second MVNO contract in as many weeks on Wednesday, announcing the launch of Lebara Mobile, which is targeting the UK’s 1.5 million strong migrant worker community. The SIM-only prepay service will be provided to customers under the Lebara brand and will be made available through outlets targeted specifically at the […]

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