MVNOs, or mobile virtual network operators, are telecommunications providers that do not own or operate a cellular network infrastructure. Instead, they lease bandwidth from other carriers to provide service to their customers.
MVNOs have become increasingly popular in the United States in recent years as a way for consumers to save on their cell phone bills.
MVNOs, or mobile virtual network operators, are telecommunications companies that do not own or operate their own cellular network infrastructure.
MVNOs instead purchase bulk minutes and data from the major carriers, such as AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon, and then sell those services to their customers.
MVNOs operate in many countries throughout the world and have been shown to increase competition between carriers, provide customers with affordable services, and lower prices for post-paid customers. MVNOs are a growing industry that will only continue to expand as more MVNOs enter the market looking to take a bite out of existing MVNOs’ market share.
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