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.
Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) Amaysim is to acquire approximately 77,000 mobile subscribers from OVO Mobile for $15.8 million.
Mobile telecommunications company OVO Mobile has launched a new mobile broadband product, Boom XL 500GB, which it has cast as a “real alternative” to the NBN and other fixed broadband offerings.
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 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.
Mobile telecommunications company OVO Mobile has acquired mobile engagement technology company Incoming Media, a tech start-up which emerged out of NICTA, now Data 61.
Entertainment media company Southern Cross Austereo has strategically invested $5 million in media-MVNO OVO Mobile and its "rapidly expanding" OVOPlay streaming media platform, as OVO has renewed an exclusive five-year Optus mobile deal.
Content platform provider OVO Mobile has inked a deal with Water Polo Australia to broadcast live and exclusive coverage — on mobile devices — of the National Water Polo League and other major water polo tournaments in the lead-up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Content platform provider OVO Mobile claims an industry “game changing” deal with the signing of an agreement with Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) to offer radio listeners free, unlimited access to FM radio networks The Hit Network and Triple M.
Telstra’s not the only telco streaming sports data-free to customers, with OVO Mobile signing super bikes and gymnastics to its sports roster.
Less than a year after disrupting the Aussie mobile market with its unlimited live streaming of selected sports, OVO Mobile has won a top award.
The data feast for mobile phone users continues to roll on, with TPG partnering with Vodafone to hit the market offering big increases in data allowances with three of its newly released plans on the Vodafone 4G network.
Optus-powered MVNO Ovo has revamped phone and data plans to make them much more competitive and added tons of great unmetered sport content.
Pre-paid MVNO, OVO Mobile, has been appointed as the official mobile telecommunications partner of Gymnastics Australia, the national governing body for gymnastics in Australia.
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