Everything Everywhere’s drive into the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) market has stepped up a gear with three new deals.
The deals brokered by Yransatel, an Everything Everywhere Mobile Virtual Network Aggregator (MVNA), brings the total number of MVNOs at Everything Everywhere to 21.
The three new entrants are Priyo Communications, The Phone Co-op and RMmobile. All three will launch on Everything Everywhere’s network in the next month.
Priyo Communications will launch a value-focused service called ‘Priyomobile’ targeted specifically towards Bangladeshis living in the UK.
The Phone Co-op targets customers attracted by its ethical, co-operative approach to business. It will offer bundled packages including mobile, line rental, calls, broadband, integrated into a single bill.
RMmobile is aimed at business customers, offering a one-stop shop for all their b2b communications needs, with savings of over 35% a month on their mobile, broadband, telecoms and hosting services.
Everything Everywhere said its MVNO strategy is attractive to telecom resellers and companies with new distribution networks. The operator said Transatel’s speed to market, which cut the costs of setting up an MVNO, made it particularly attractive to both sectors.
Jason Bellman, director of MVNO and wholesale operations at Everything Everywhere said: ‘As the UK’s largest communications company we can offer a bigger and better network with more support for our partners. We have very ambitious plans to become the network partner of choice for new and existing MVNOs, and through our partnership with Transatel, MVNOs of all sizes have the opportunity to enter the exciting mobile space.’