Quantum signs MVNO solution contract in Israel

Quantum Telecom (Forum Mobile), a provider
of network and business support systems for MVNOs, has signed an agreement to
build and operate virtual mobile network for an Israeli based Do-It-Yourself
chain MVNO.

Forum Mobile will launch the new network
within 4 months.

“Proving our ability to rapidly allow
MVNOs launch their operations, we are proud to be chosen to set up this new
virtual mobile network. Our platform provides customers with a scalable,
end-to-end portfolio of telecom solutions and services,” said Benny
Yehezkel, executive VP of Forum Mobile.

Forum Mobile MVNE platform handles core
network capabilities as well as full customer care and billing lifecycle for
virtual mobile operators. The platform can be extended and adapted to support
multiple MVNOs and their subscribers in any market.

This is the a new MVNO Forum Mobile will be
providing services to, following the successful deployment of Forum Telecom, an
affiliate of Forum Mobile, in the US.

“The MVNE and Wireless Management
business continues to grow and we are well positioned to expand our business
through 2012” said Ami Segal, Forum Mobile President and Owner of the
Forum Group.

Quantum Telecom has presence in the USA,
China, and UK. Forum Mobile provides MVNOs with a turn-key solution portfolio
and service needed for their operations, market position and business expansion
– starting with infrastructure and IT through MNO agreements, applications and

By Telecomlead.com Team
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