SPOTLIGHT: MobileSphere offers international calling to MVNOs


MobileSphere is reaching out to MVNOs and wireless carriers with its international calling services. Carriers have traditionally shied away from such services for fear of fraud, but MobileSphere's solution includes real-time anti-fraud control and usage monitoring, flexible rates and billing options. Since the handset is fast becoming the primary phone, MobileSphere argues international calling options must be offered. MVNOs could capitalize on the service as it promises rates 70 percent lower than those offered by other carriers. The company claims to have three MVNOs signed already and plans to announce them in coming weeks. Release

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