As one of the foremost MVNO and mobile wallet activation companies across the United States, Unified Signal has continued to further develop and finetune its billing platform for almost a couple of decades now. This platform has been integrated into each of the Big Four major wireless carriers in America, namely Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint.
Acquiring MVNOs should put Unified Signal in a better position to to strengthen its core business. Few people may notice but those who avail of the services of MVNOs actually make up around one fourth of all wireless carrier customers based in the US. Unified Signal’s role is to supply MVNOs with everything they need to be able to jump start their own wireless service in less than a month’s time.
This is made possible through Unified Signal’s turnkey system, which allows for its client MVNOs to achieve smooth integration with the wireless carriers they are leasing network capacity from, and at the same time, provide prepaid and postpaid billing and rating systems, tier 1 and tier 2 customer service capabilities, revenue assurance, payment processing resources, equipment provisioning, and fulfillment services for good measure.
Moreover, by way of Unified Signal’s mobile wallet enablement platform, launching a true mobile wallet that is linked to a debit MasterCard can be done. The company has also developed a companion card program, which gives customers the ability to move cash across the globe in real time, and they can do this absolutely free of charge.
As explained by Paris Holt, the chief executive officer of Unified Signal, the strategy of the company is to create as many MVNOs as possible in the US mobile market, and then help these operators reach their fullest potential. By providing MVNOs with everything they need to launch their business, Unified Signal is essentially getting its services to the MVNOs’ customers, too.
Holt added that Unified Signal is looking to find more MVNOs in the next several months. He also explained that the objective is to get as many as a hundred thousand customers in 2016 alone. These customers, of course, will be added to Unified Signal’s fold on top of its internally owned and operated MVNO MyTime Wireless, which made its debut earlier this year.