What is an MVNO?
A Mobile Virtual Network Operator is a wireless communications provider that does not own their own network infrastructure yet offers wireless communication services to their customers or base using existing infrastructure and agreements.
Set your own retail rates for your customers or internal base and manage the whole system with an easy-to-use Backoffice tool, powerful mobile applications and USSD management tools.
Why Choose Us?
Designed for your need
Designed for your need - Mobile Operators often offer generic services, trying to serve millions of consumers and businesses with a standardized approach. MVNO's focus on specific segments in the market, offering customized plans designed for that segment, whether it is consumers (youth, travelers, VAS services) or business (workforce, WAN networking, loyalty products)
Since there is no large workforce and investment required to build and maintain networks, MVNOs can fully focus on serving customers and have a higher customer satisfaction compared with Mobile Network Operators.
For same reasons above, MVNO's are generally able to offer lower pricing and better benefits compared to MNO's.
For business customers, connectivity is essential and thus being able to utilize multiple networks from different operators using one single contract, enables higher up-time and more flexibility.
Margins & Catalog
Value Added Services:
USSD (Unstructured Supplementary Service Data)
A way for GSM cellphones to communicate with the MVNO to do top-up purchases, balance enquiries or other features without the need for a smartphone.
Lifestyle VAS Products
MNVO has the ability to be very competitive with MNO's and offer exciting Value added services and support
Sell airtime & data from multiple networks
Sell Vodacom, MTN, Telkom and cell C airtime and data.
Multichoice, DSTV, municipalities, Traffic departments and others. Agreements with Pay@, SAPO and Syntell.
Hollywoodbets, Lottostar and Supabets integrations for betting and gaming.
Integration into most major prepaid electricity providers in South Africa