Sprint Packaged Solution Lets Users Become MVNO

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Sprint Global Wholesale & Emerging Solutions has introduced a new packaged solution of turnkey wireless solutions and support, enabling any business to become a wireless provider.

The new package, Single Source Enablement, rounds out a portfolio of enablement services from Sprint that lets users deliver their own branded wireless service with as much or as little investment as they prefer. With the Sprint Wireless Enablement Solutions, businesses access Sprint’s products, receive help enabling the service and get ongoing support to become a wireless Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO).

Single Source Enablement can cover all systems, processes, customer care, online Web enablement, and the warehousing and distribution of devices. The model can be customized to meet each MVNO’s unique business needs, says Sprint. Customer loyalty programs and other value-added products can also be supported.

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