mobile virtual network operator (mvno)

  1. Jan

    What FNB Connect offers in 2022

    FNB Connect — What South Africa's biggest MVNO offers First National Bank has been offering its own mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) called FNB Connect since June 2015. The MVNO amassed 100,000 SIM activations only five months after its launch, which grew to 832,700 by the end of FNB's...
  2. Jan

    MTN recognises R2.7 billion national roaming revenue from Cell C

    How much money MTN made from Cell C MTN released its annual results for 2021 on Wednesday, reporting 21.7% increased wholesale revenue in its South African division. The revenue increase was supported by MTN South Africa’s national roaming deal with Cell C, and solid growth in the mobile...
  3. Jan

    FNB Connect eyeing a million three-month active subscribers

    FNB Connect — The rise to 1 million subscribers South Africa’s largest mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), FNB Connect, has seen massive growth over the last year, inching ever closer to 1 million subscribers. FNB Connect CEO Bradwin Roper recently spoke to MyBroadband following the bank’s...
  4. Jan

    Virgin Mobile brand is leaving South Africa, customers can migrate penalty-free

    Virgin Mobile pulls out of South Africa South Africa's first mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), Virgin Mobile, has announced it will stop operating under its current name at the end of November 2021 and move from a consumer-focused business to an MVNO-enabler. The operator expects its...
  5. Kevin Lancaster

    Mr Price Mobile: price, contract, and device details

    Mr Price Mobile launched: prices and other details Mr Price has launched a mobile virtual network operator
  6. jes

    No mobile price war in SA: Cell C wholesale

    No mobile price war in SA: Cell C wholesale The cost cuts coming through on South Africa’s mobile networks is no price war, according to the head of Cell C’s wholesale business
  7. QuintonB

    Cell C, FNB deal not far-fetched: report

    Cell C-FNB talks have industry abuzz: report Business Times is reporting that industry insiders believe a deal between FNB and Cell C is not far-fetched