Telecom Software Development Product MVNOs/MNOs
A MNO (Mobile Network Operator), for example, Orange, Vodafone, O2, T-Mobile, are most commonly visible mobile network operator. These MNOs are providing wireless communications services over a range of frequencies within the Radio Frequency spectrum. All the calls and messages are transmitted through these frequencies. The MNO is responsible to maintain its own Operation Support Systems (OSS) and Business Support Systems (BSS). An MNO is hardware part of mobile Network which refers to the masts, transmitters, wires, switches.
A MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) have no infrastructure to operate a Mobile Network. It is responsible for administration, by the administration – it refers to Marketing, Branding, Billing, Operational Support, and Business Support. Virgin Mobile is an instance of MVNO. MVNO may own some or none of the assets, and lease the others wireless capacity (voice and data packages in bulk) from an MNO at wholesale price and resells it to the consumer at reduced retail prices under its own business brand.
In short, an MVNO offers rate plans, promotes products, and issues SIMs whereas MNO arranges the entire process and provides the infrastructure and services.
We successfully operate MVNOs/MNOs enabling services across the world. Our carrier-grade MVNOs/MNOs solutions include a range of high performance and exposing new MNO services to clients. We can provide all core network entities including HLR, MSC Server (MSCS), MGW, GGSN and Serving GPRS Support Node (SGSN). We’re offering A2P messaging platforms, advanced filtering solutions at the SS7 level, advanced USSD gateways for MVNOs/MNOs integration.
Our solution is fully configurable and expandable to meet the needs of any business process. ComCode solution is developed through expertise and our customized offerings can enhance and boost customers’ experience. It is a complete suite of cost-competitive and reliable infrastructure options and rapid platform deployment that enables quick market capitalization.