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Become a Roaming SIM Card Dealer (MVNO)

Become a Roaming SIM Card Dealer (MVNO)

(Mobile Virtual Network Operators )

An MVNO buys Mobile Phone airtime and services at wholesale rates.

Virgin Mobile or Tesco Mobile are examples of a MVNO

We offer a flexible model allowing you to set up as a Reseller or Dealer of your own Uk out bound and  Roaming SIMs.

Set up for niche markets selling SIM’s to your customers and provide low cost outgoing calls for niche markets “Ethnic markets”, business travellers & holiday makers.

Earn revenue whilst your customers save money on mobile calls in the UK and abroad.

You can be the next Lebara or Lycamobile, with an investment of £10,000 - £30,000 you can set up your own telecom company.

All you need is the local people to sell the product to, we do everything else. call Andy on 0203 178 6085.

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BYOD Survey

TheiPhone and iPad as well as increased mobility of workforces is forcing a shift in the way that companies operate on a day-to-day basis.

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Interquartz telephones profile

NEW 2-line hotel phone and slimline model with illuminated keypad.

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Britain's Truphone wins backing from Roman Abramovich

Frustrated by the lack of mobile phone coverage at his home on a farm in Kent, inventor James Tagg decided he could improve matters by getting into the mobile business himself.

First, he launched Software Cellular Network, an early version of Skype, which allowed customers with poor mobile coverage to make calls over a wireless internet connection. Then, he invented a mobile phone sim card which allows users to operate different phone numbers from a single chip, before expanding the system into a cut price mobile network.

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BlackBerry Message Service Disrupted

It has been a tough start to the week for Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM), as their second major outage of the week affecting BlackBerry Internet Services continues to affect millions of users web and messaging capabilities.

The timing of these events does not work to RIM's favor, following the use of BBs in the (not so) petty thieving in the UK

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