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Tango Telecom Partners South Africa's Altron to Launch Data Monetisation Solution in Africa

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Tango Telecom, the leading provider of data monetisation solutions, has partnered with South African listed Allied Technologies (Altron) to launch Data Retail Engine (Tango DRE) in Africa.

Founded in 1965, Altron has a direct presence in 8 countries, including South Africa, the UK and Australia, on four continents through its various businesses. The Altron group employs more than 7 000 employees globally.

Tango DRE enables African mobile operators to quickly launch and monetise new innovative digital services that drive consistent consumer spending on data throughout the subscriber life cycle.

Bytes System Integration, a business unit of Altron, will promote, sell, implement, integrate and maintain the Tango DRE for customers in African markets. This technology will provide subscribers with a seamless and cost-effective service no matter where they connect in Africa.

Mteto Nyati, Group CEO, Altron
Partnering with Tango Telecom in Africa is an exciting step for us. We both share a common goal which is to introduce technology solutions for mobile network operators that will enhance the communication experience for subscribers when using their mobile devices. 

Dr Colm Ward, CEO, Tango Telecom 
By automatically matching the most relevant offers to each individual subscriber, whether they are at home or while roaming, we guarantee that African operators will maximise every monetisation opportunity within the subscriber lifecycle, increasing loyalty and improving spend.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

For tips and feedback, email Ray at ray.sharma(at)thefastmode.com, or reach him on LinkedIn, Facebook 

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