MNO, MVNO, MVNE, MVNA

What is the difference between MNO, MVNO, MVNE and MVNA?

What is MVNO, and what does it mean?

MVNO is an abbreviation of “mobile virtual network operator.” basically, it is a wireless services provider that doesn’t own the wireless network infrastructure over which it provides services to its customers. It uses one or more major networks to provide the cell phone service.
Most MVNOs offer prepaid and postpaid phone plans making billing easy for consumers.

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MVNE

5 Amazing Benefits of working with an MVNE

MVNE (Mobile Virtual Network Enabler) works wonders when it comes to providing customers with the best and the most affordable cellular and data services. Read further to find out what an MVNE is and how does it help to cut cost for MVNOs (Mobile Virtual Network Operators).

What is an MVNE?

MVNE allows to connect customers and the operators. MVNE specializes in the management, planning, and implementation of cellular services.

A newly built MVNO that is affiliated, can outsource these services with its own brand name instead of having to build an entirely new 4g or 5g network from scratch.

Benefits of working with an MVNE:

MVNOs that are affiliated with MVNEs can provide their customers with the cheapest rates and the best customer care services.

1. Reduced management cost:

A single MVNE can provide sim services to tens and hundreds of operators. This means that the operational cost is lowered by many folds which essentially means a satisfied and loyal customer.

Once affiliated with MVNEs, network operators don’t need to worry about the drive cost of actual DSL, network lines, network hub, Network Bridge, and all that technical stuff so that they can solely focus on providing their customers with the best.

2. Start-up support:

MVNEs provide operators with special packages and deals that cover their initial cost so that the barrier between the operator and good cellular service is reduced. Business startups that don’t have enough revenue can take those deals to get their brand stamped on the map.

Operators can choose to continue these deals until the customer base is built and after that, they can acquire yearly or monthly deals from the MVNEs.

3. Reduced airtime cost:

MVNE can be considered a server computer that handles all the workload, manages, and then sends the data to the connected computers round the clock. MVNOs are the computers that are connected to the MVNE.

Once these computers are installed in the line, they can utilize and give their customers all the benefits while all the hard work is done by the servers or the host computer. This significantly lowers the airtime cost for each connected computer.

4. MVNEs are experienced:

MVNEs are not new as compared to the operators. With new thousands of MVNOs being made each year, there is an even more incentive to join an MVNE as it is already experienced and knows all the ups and downs of the business.

5. Un-matched Customer Support:

As the providers are experienced and know all the hassle to keep a network service up and running, the customer support services are exceptional. In the case of a natural disaster let’s say, the breakage of a line, MVNE will be responsible and resolve the issues.

Conclusion

MVNE is the best option for newly found operators as the startup cost is covered, and management and airtime cost is also significantly reduced as many operators are handled by a single MVNE. All in all, MVNOs can promise their customer a hassle-free and smooth online experience once they are affiliated with a good MVNE, just contact us for more information and helping us choosing the best option here in Telgoo5.

Complete Guide of MVNE

The Complete Guide to MVNEs and how they are Adopting Integrated Online Charging Systems

In today’s world of telecom providers, the MVNE plays a pivotal role in behind-the-scenes operations. MVNE or Mobile Virtual Network Enabler can be thought of as the backbone of MVNOs. They are a telecom solution for network infrastructure and other services such as administration, operations support systems, SIM provisioning, and business support systems. An MVNE specializes in the planning, implementation, and management phases of companies that offer mobile services.

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MVNE

How can MVNE grow your mobile brand?

MVNE, or Mobile Virtual Network Enablers is a business entity that provides network infrastructure and business services to MVNOs, or Mobile Virtual Network Operators. This unburdens the MVNO from most business and support functions, while allowing them to offer services to customers with their own brands.

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Billing-and-Charging

Drive your MVNO to Monetary Success with Accurate Billing and Charging

Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) is an important part of the telecom domain. It fulfills the requirements of specific groups of customers who do not use the services from major operators in the area. For an MVNO, it takes a long time to establish trust amongst customers. Then comes the stage when it starts earning money. But due to inaccurate and inefficient billing and charging, the monetary success can be hampered. So, it is important for MVNOs to not use mediocre and rudimentary billing mechanisms. Instead, they need to utilize a convergent charging system for greater billing accuracy and revenue assurance.

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Manage Fast Growing 5G Base Better with Evolving Billing and Charging

5G is a transformational technology with immense potential. For telecom operators, it presents a very good chance to grow their customer base. Features like network slicing, ultra-low latency and massive bandwidths are extremely attractive to customers. Whether it is your business customers or home subscribers, you will be faced with unprecedented challenges while deploying 5G. Billing and charging need to be spot-on and you can’t make any errors in calculating charges.

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Make Most of 5G Network Slicing in Healthcare with Convergent Charging System

5G network slicing is potentially the greatest innovation in the telecom industry. It provides unforeseen opportunities and can be the instigator of new business models. Connectivity is a vital asset for every business use case that is powered by technology. 5G network slicing allows for the creation of several logical networks over a single physical network. Each logical network can have its own unique characteristics such as speed, latency, security etc. The QoS-based network slicing provides unprecedented power to companies, especially those that are ready to be creative and use separate networks for supporting their different requirements. From a telecom operator’s point of view, this new technology presents a tough but rewarding challenge. Although a convergent charging system can definitely make things simpler.

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Convergent Charging

Access Defining Benefits of Convergent Charging to Revamp Telecom Billing

Telecom billing has a very important role to play in driving the success of modern-day telecom operators. Due to Covid-19, businesses are experiencing stagnation. So, if you want to stay competitive and increase your customer base, it is the right time to improve your service model. With a convergent charging platform, it is easier to digitalize services and monetize assets. Especially if you can find a proven platform that is secure, flexible and completely scalable.

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Billing and Charging

Expand the Outlook of Your Billing and Charging with a Real-time Platform

Billing and charging are two of the most vital functions for MNOs, MVNOs and MVNE. While the bigger companies have vast resources to implement billing and charging system as per their specific requirements, the smaller companies struggle to keep up with them. Nowadays, the pressure is intense when it comes to the competition between different telecom companies. If you are not supporting your customers on time, and not providing them the required support, you are likely to lose ground.

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Convergent Billing

Unmask Huge Potential of MVNO in Developing World with Convergent Billing

The MVNO model has been in prevalence for more than one decade. It has been relatively successful in the developed world, which can be gauged by looking at the projected Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of over 9% between 2017 and 2022. Of late, the technology powering MVNOs in the developed world is reaching developing countries such as Thailand, India and Philippines. As a result, we are expected to see a striking change in the fortunes of MVNO in the developing countries. One of the most coveted MVNO technologies pertains to convergent billing, which is implemented by a centralized real-time charging system like Online Charging System (OCS).

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