Nex-Tech Wireless, United Wireless Establish LTE Roaming via TNS's CCA Data Services Hub

Nex-Tech Wireless and United Wireless LTE Roaming Credit: PCC Mobile Broadband

Nex-Tech Wireless and United Wireless, the two Mobile Network Operators (MNO) serving the Kansas and Colorado states in the US have both enabled LTE roaming services via the Transaction Network Services (TNS)-powered CCA Data Services Hub. The roaming hub will provide IPX services enabling both carriers to utilize the hub for LTE roaming across each other’s region. 

The interconnection to TNS's LTE hub also enables both the MNOs to leverage the hub in establishing favorable agreements for both inbound and outbound LTE roaming with strategic wireless partners in the United States and international carriers looking to access the Nex-Tech Wireless and United Wireless footprint. 

"The decision by Nex-Tech Wireless to join the CCA Data Services Hub and expand their portfolio of services is a testament to their satisfaction of how these solutions work to solve the mobility needs of their subscribers,”  We are excited to have Nex-Tech Wireless and United Wireless join the CCA Data Services Hub and to see the TNS team dedication to helping expand their LTE footprint

-           David Kaemmer, Vice President of Sales, Telecommunication Services Division of TNS 

"Nex-Tech Wireless and TNS have had a long-standing relationship. When we started looking at strategically expanding our LTE roaming capabilities it made sense to pursue a vendor who has a proven track record and an established rapport with our company. We are happy to be a part of the CCA Data Services Hub and see a bright future for carriers, like ourselves, with this solution.

-           Aaron Gillespie, Director of Operations for Nex-Tech Wireless 

“By joining the CCA Data Services Hub, we are able to significantly expand the reach and coverage of our own LTE footprint in a cost-effective and subscriber-centric way. This new model of interconnection will help to ensure that we can bring to market LTE services faster, better, and more cost-effectively than previous 3G solutions.

-           Mike Laskowsky of United Wireless 

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

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