LAS VEGAS--T-Mobile US MVNO Solavei plans to launch a loyalty card program that will allow customers to obtain 2-15 percent discounts from participating retailers as well as additional savings through the company's tiered membership structure. Solavei plans to launch the offering sometime in September.
Solavei today said it now counts more than 65,000 "members" on its service. The T-Mobile USA MVNO also said that it has paid out more than $1 million in commissions to its customers.
T-Mobile USA MVNO Solavei has so far racked up 30,000 "members" during the first two weeks its service has been available.
Solavei, the mobile virtual network operator founded by former Motricity CEO Ryan Wuerch, launched today with a $49 unlimited voice, text and data plan. The MVNO, which rides on T-Mobile's GSM network, said it has more than 25,000 customers who will promote the service to their friends, family and colleagues and earn cash in the process.
Former Motricity CEO Ryan Wuerch is getting back in the wireless game with the upcoming launch of Solavei, a mobile virtual network operator with an unusual business model that will use its customers to tout its $49 per month unlimited voice, text and data plan to their friends and earn extra cash in the process.
Law firm Goldfarb Branham LLP announced a class action against struggling mobile content services firm Motricity concerning alleged violations of shareholder protection laws. Goldfarb Branham claims
Motricity founder and CEO Ryan Wuerch has left the company, effective immediately. Motricity and Wuerch agreed on Aug. 21 to terminate Wuerch's employment with the mobile content services firm and to