VADSA platform to support new MVNO launch in Mexico
A new mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is to launch in Mexico in December, using MDS Global’s VNOnDemand solution to power its business support systems.
Exis Telecom will become the first MVNO to launch using the end-to-end platform provided by Valor Agregado Digital, S.A. de C.V. (VADSA).
As an MVNO enabler, VADSA’s platform covers all necessary launch requirements including the BSS back-end, business analytics and a customer portal at the front end.
As well as connectivity, Exis said it will provide its customers with “a range of additional services”, such as personal security and fintech solutions.
Natalia Saenz, president of VADSA said: “We are thrilled to be launching Exis Telecom as the first MVNO on our platform and look forward to delivering their range of innovative services to the Mexican market. This is also the beginning of a new era for MVNOs in Mexico.
“We have shown that our platform smooths the path for new specialist operators looking to quickly enter the market, and we believe Exis will be the first of many to take advantage of our solution.”
Exis Telecom, which is launching on the Altán Redes network, said it will offer a fully-digital customer experience, alongside a choice of traditional pre-paid voice and data packages with flexible configurations.
Customers will be able to track and control their spend via a user-friendly mobile app, powered by real-time billing functionality. Exis will also work with specialist brand partners such as Spirits for Fintech solutions to offer its customers “valuable, additional new-to-market propositions on top of its connectivity packages”.
MDS Global CEO Steve Bowen, said: “Our partnership with VADSA has helped bring Exis Telecom to the market smoothly and efficiently. It is a clear demonstration of the benefits of combining unrivalled regional knowledge with industry-leading expertise to create one powerful market partnership. We look forward to working with VADSA on many more MVNO launches in the future.”