Why should an MVNO use an MVNE ?

Mobile Virtual Network Enabler (MVNE) companies support MVNO companies in many ways including content management, customer relationship management, profile management, service provisioning, work fulfillment, billing, invoice and settlement, revenue and service continuity assurance, etc.

The benefit that the MVNE can provide to the MVNO is deferral of capital expenditures and/or cost reductions while allowing the MVNO to focus on the customer relationships rather than operations.  At the same time, the MVNO is afforded the opportunity to customize its offerings arguably further than an MVNO that is totally reliant on the host mobile network operator.

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Everything considered equal, the host operator is satisfied to sell unused capacity, but is not interested helping the MVNO differentiate itself, which could cannibalize host carrier customers.

With a MVNE, a MVNO could literally use the host mobile network for only radio and switching infrastructure, outsourcing everything else to the MVNE.

The MVNO Business Plan with Financial Modeling Spreadsheet is a full business plan based on the launch of an illustrative MVNO known as Contendus. The plan covers all aspects of the company launch plan including market assessment, funding requirements, financial analysis, market segmentation and product differentiation. Also included is go-to-market plan, distribution and replenishment plans, comparison of MVNO’s and more. The major benefit of this report is to assist in the development of an MVNO launch and to help validate existing plans.


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