Devoli has gone straight to the source for the good sauce on using the force of powerful AI, with SourseAI’s leading AI platform for telco decision automation what Devoli will use to support customers and partners to adopt machine learning.
Austraian artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning platform for decision augmentation SourseAI has secured $1.5 million in funding to negate "gut decision-making" in the media, telco and utilities sectors.
Australian technology start-up, Sourse, says it will escalate its enterprise customer acquisition strategy in Australasia and through South-East Asia in 2020 and expand into new industry sectors, following the $15.8 million sale of OVO Mobile’s 77,000 customers to amaysim.
One of Australia's best pre-paid phone providers or MVNOs is OVO, and with its latest automatic mobile data increase limits should definitely receive a sustained and enthusiastic show of appreciation from its current and future customers.
With OVO's data allowances at least doubling across most plans during 2018, its provocation of fellow mobile and data players to capture cunning customers has reached its highest count yet.
They don't call it goodminton, but OVO getting badminton rights for its OVOPlay streaming service is no bad thing at all.
OVO's provocation of competitors to better compete and consumers to switch over (or is that Ovo?) continues with its latest content deal: a digital broadcasting deal with the Brumbies.
OVO says it is "doubling down on its capped prepaid mobile data plans, opting to increase the full-speed data allowance on its larger plans as opposed to offering lower-speed unlimited mobile plans".
OVO has a new CMOVO: former marketing director at Pandora, eHarmony and WooliesX, Nicole McInnes, is the media telco's first chief marketing officer.
OVO Mobile is offering special deals to attract customers to its plans, including a dedicated range of data-free sport, entertainment and radio, with half-off for the first three months.
The NBN has been derided by OVO in the past as "Not Bloody Necessary", and while mobile networks need to evolve to 5G first to truly compete, OVO Mobile's 150GB plan for $89.95 is ready for you now.
Optus-powered MVNO OVO has secured a second distribution deal with a partnership to offer its products in Australia Post outlets across the country.
Australian mobile provider OVO has seen demand for its 100GB for $100 pre-paid plan soar to the extent that it has now reduced the price to $69.95.
Australia's fixed broadband speeds never do the nation proud. Mobile speeds, however, are among the best. But the one thing that prevents people depending on mobile accounts for their Internet use is data quotas. Mobile provider OVO is trying to remedy this.
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