Mexican-based MVNE VADSA to Use Openet’s Real-time Charging and Policy Solutions

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Openet announced that Mexican-based MVNE, Valor Agregado Digital (VADSA) is implementing Openet’s policy control and real-time charging systems.

Openet will be part of the MDS Global MVNO solution, VNOnDemand, which will provide an end to end MVNE platform.

VADSA has recently signed a Mobile Wholesale Agreement with Altán Redes, Mexico’s first 700Mhz 4G-LTE Mobile Network and will later this year launch an MVNO called Exis Telecom, which will offer a real-time, wholly digital customer experience with content-based, application-based, and traditional voice and data packages. As a fully digital MVNE, VADSA will overcome the challenges of targeting the consumer and business market segments via a self-serve customer engagement portal, avoiding traditional pre-paid solutions or separate B2C/B2B stacks.

The full MVNO project will be primed by MDS Global with Openet providing their award-winning charging and policy systems. It will initially support the Exis MVNO but is being implemented as a full MVNE platform to, subsequently, support other MVNOs in the region.

The solution will benefit the entire VADSA organisation, including marketing and service design, sales and on-boarding, customer and revenue management, operations, network management, and, most importantly, the end customers.

Natalia Saenz, President of VADSA
MDS and Openet will provide us with the capabilities to successfully launch and operate a new MVNO on time and to budget. Jose Luis Sanchez, our CEO, is taking VADSA into a generation of telcos that need to focus on the customer. 

Vicente Pava, Openet VP for the Americas
Innovative telcos like VADSA want the benefits of working with agile companies with turn-key solutions. Openet looks forward to offering VADSA, together with MDS Global, a seamless experience that will allow the launch of many new MVNOs in Mexico.

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 @raysharma10, Facebook @1RaySharma

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