MVNOs launched since 2000
Supporting some of the biggest telecom and service brands in Europe
Awarded ‘best mvno aggregator’ 4 years in a row at the mvnos world congress
6 Weeks to your own branded mvno
Host operator: EE
Business model analysis
Cost of acquisition
Retail rateplan for B2B or B2C
Legal and tax compliance
Voice, SMS, Data (3G/4G-LTE)
Real-time call control
Intelligent call routing/ international termination
Voicemail / IVR
Fixed Mobile Convergence
SIP mobile services
Flexible bundle structures (recurring bundles, auto top-up…)
Real-time Call Data Records
Integration with 3rd party billing partners and payment providers
SIM branding (Service Provider Name and printing)
Advanced SIM profile customization (electric, graphic, artwork)
SIM card packaging & delivery
Tri-format SIM cards / uSIM & iSIM
eSIM (eUICC) support
MSISDN pool management & recycling
Subscriber management portal
Provisioning Batch interface
Provisioning and Service APIs
Mobile Number Portability
End user identification & legal intercept
Support level 2 & 3
Service management and review
Fraud prevention tools
2 & 3
Host operator: Orange
The hot project
“Medialaan Full MVNO, bound to become the 4th mobile operator in Belgium.”
Why is Transatel called upon to support Medialaan’s MVNOs?
Transatel is the technical enabler behind Jim Mobile and Mobile Viking’s transition to Full MVNO status. The two MVNOs are currently controlled by Belgian media group Medialaan. Inked in September 2016, the agreement was in preparation since the European Commission cleared the acquisition of mobile network operator Base by Liberty Global. Remedies included a commitment to ensure Medialaan could compete effectively as a Full MVNO. Transatel was chosen to take on the challenge of establishing Medialaan’s technical independence and success in delivering mobile telephony services.
What distinguishes these MVNOs?
Medialaan now controls two MVNOs with distinct offers and target audiences: Jim Mobile and Mobile Vikings, with a current total of approximately 500K users. Jim Mobile is an MVNO brand licence based on the popularity of Jim, the Flemish radio station, a household name among the young generations. Catering to this population, Jim Mobile offers extremely affordable prepaid, as well as postpaid, plans. Transatel is helping Medialaan upgrade Jim Mobile to Full MVNO by February 2018. Transatel will therefore provide Core Network and online charging systems-related functions.
Mobile Viking subscribers call themselves ‘Vikings’ in this community-driven mobile offer, geared towards tech-friendly young urban professionals. Equally a light MVNO, Mobile Vikings is currently connected to the Base Network. Migration of the current subscriber database from the Base network onto the Full MVNO architecture will be among Transatel’s technical challenges planned from February 2018 to 2019.
Why is it particularly satisfying for Transatel to help Medialaan become the 4th leading provider of mobile services in Belgium?
This project is dear to us because it feels like a homecoming. We started our activity in Belgium back in 2002, and were at the time the first Belgian MVNO. We were so successful in this country that by 2004, our revenues in Belgium were greater than those generated in France. After a boom in our development in France and the UK, it feels terrific to be back with such beautiful perspectives and important players in the market.
6 Weeks to your global data-only mvno
Transatel has agreements and interconnection with Mobile Network Operators for more than 100 destinations in the world. Thanks to its multi-local network code, Transatel can quickly onboard MVNOs based anywhere for data usage in multiple countries or zones.
To consult our list of countries in operation please click here
WHY LAUNCH AN MVNO?
- generate incremental and recurring revenue
- participate in brand identity
- and strengthen customer loyalty
Data usage is exploding, whether in private or professional contexts. Voice and texts still have a bright future ahead. Public Wi-Fi will not answer everyone's needs and will increasingly be viewed –and rightly so—as poorly secured.
Your brand has resonance?
Don't pass on the opportunity to create a mobile cellular offer that will reflect your brand's positioning and your customer's interests.
HOW TO LAUNCH AN MVNO
- assess your market
- define your needs
- and let us do the rest: OSS, BSS, and core-network related capabilities
From multi-country solutions to ethnic propositions, from Fixed-Mobile Convergence to sponsored data, Transatel has always taken the client's word for technical direction.
You're unsure of your economic projections?
Transatel has over 15 years' experience in building business plans for MVNO offers, whether local or global.
WHY TEAM UP WITH TRANSATEL?
- Quick time-to-market and low set-up costs
- Open to multiple business models
- State-of-the-art technical infrastructure
Early on, Transatel productized its services to generate economies of scale. The single platform offers a rationalized solution to manage international projects.
You prefer to buy airtime on your own?
Transatel can stay within the boundaries of technical development, or simply act as advisor for global regulatory and marketing issues
Our key differentiators
'Full MVNO' technical architecture
Best local networks
Multi-local data services
Unique point of control
Get inspired by our european mvno references
Existing Full technical architecture and experience in over 150 MVNO launches in Europe.
Connecting Bazile to the leading operator in France, Orange.
A unified product solution allowing top-up at thousands of locations in the UK.
Get inspired by our global data mvno references
A single point of control for worldwide operations.
A whitelabeled, all-inclusive solution, from airtime procurement to end-user interface.
A multi-local MCC (Mobile Country Code) and agreements for over 100 destinations to date.
MNOs—YOU'VE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE!
A long-time technical and business partnership with EE for seamless customer care.
A strong relationship with Orange Switzerland (Salt today), based on years of technical integration and sound business deals all over Europe.
EE / ORANGE OPERATED
Rapid time-to-market, with the deadline of the 2012 Olympics. Cost-effectiveness and capability of linking Chinese numbers to UK SIMs, so that contacts in China can call these numbers internationally.