Wednesday, 12 June 2019 22:32

Telcoinabox releases ‘refreshed’ data-rich mobile plans

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Telecommunications wholesaler Telcoinabox has released a new range of data-rich plans it says will give telco providers access to competitive wholesale pricing, complementing its product suite of hosted voice and data products “at a time ripe for renewal”.

According to Telcoinabox — part of the MNF Group — the disconnection of copper and ISDN services from the end of September this year in Australia presents an opportunity for wholesale resellers of telecommunication services.

“In light of the upcoming changes, Telcoinabox has updated its mobile plans across the board to deliver greater value and better complement the service providers’ existing products, helping them to stay ahead of the competition in a dynamic market,” the company said.

“Telcoinabox prides itself on helping service providers offer the best plans and service to their customers. We are in constant contact with our customers to understand their needs and ensure the product suite is relevant to the market they serve,” Telcoinabox chief executive Ritsa Hime said.

“New plans will include up to 60GB of data and unlimited calls to 10 countries, providing Telcoinabox customers access to a quality offering for data-hungry end-users.”

MNF Group chief commercial officer Jon Cleaver said: “The market is constantly changing, and our offering empowers customers to maximise opportunities that come with the copper and ISDN disconnections.

“With Telcoinabox’s full communications product portfolio, including the new mobile plans and the white-label cloud phone system solution, we enable our customers to stay ahead of the curve and grow their market share.”

Telcoinabox says its mobile offerings are provisioned and billed through its “state-of-the-art proprietary Octane software platform which facilitates service providers to quickly go to market — under their own brand — and bring customers onboard fast”.

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