Mr Price Cellular, the mobile virtual network operator launched in 2017, has shown stunning growth in the past year, topping R1-billion in revenue.
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Mr Price Group reported a 64.1% increase in full-year online sales, with the same figure from its core apparel and sports brands more than doubling in the same period.
MTN South Africa is set to help launch consumer brands as mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs), according to the company’s CEO. The brands include “household names”, MTN South Africa
Cell C’s mobile virtual network operator platform, which allows other brands to launch mobile services using its network infrastructure, has attracted more than a million end-user customers, the telecommunications operator said on Monday. Brands such as
MVN-X, the company that enables niche mobile providers such as MRP Mobile and Boksel, has signed a deal with AlwaysOn to allow users to roam seamlessly across to 2 500 Wi-Fi hotspots around the country. MVN-X has helped launched a
Mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) me&you mobile has performed well in Tariffic’s latest quarterly “perfect package tracker”, offering the best packages in three of five user categories modelled by the company. Tariffic’s latest quarterly tracker
Cape Town-based SmartMobile, which forms part of the Digicall Group, has launched a mobile virtual network operator piggybacking on Cell C’s network to provide services. The new MVNO has been put together by MVN-X, the MVNO enablement company headed
South Africa has not been particularly keen on the mobile virtual network operator model. It’s lagged most developed and some developing markets in launching mobile brands on the back of cellular
A new mobile virtual network operator is set to make its debut in South Africa in early May. Me&you mobile will be launched on 4 May by Durban-based Ignition Group. Piggybacking on Cell C’s infrastructure
Just two months after Mr Price announced that it would be South Africa’s second mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) after Virgin Mobile, another company has announced plans to venture into the MVNO space. Cape Town-based Smart Mobile, which specialises in providing cellular services and handsets