ASPIDER-NGI supports Ireland's An Post to Relaunch MVNO Service

3 September 2015
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ASPIDER-NGI, a leading provider of cloud-based, as-a-Service platforms allowing delivery of new services for MNO, IoT, MVNO and MVNE clients, Wednesday announced collaboration with Vodafone and An Post, the National Postal Service Provider in the Republic of Ireland to rebrand and relaunch their MVNO (formerly postfone) as Postmobile. 

Get 3GB data, 250 mins and 250 texts with Postmobile’s All In Plan for €20 Top Up per month. See https://postmobile.ie/ for more details.

Posted by An Post on Monday, 31 August 2015

ASPIDER-NGI allows mobile operators to engage their customers with compelling service plans, engaging promotions and innovative content, all designed to build loyalty and increase revenue.

As part of the relaunch, An Post has invested in a new website and a series of media campaigns promoting new competitive propositions in the Irish market. The collaboration between ASPIDER-NGI and Postmobile ensured that Postmobile was able to offer the new propositions with a very short turnaround time.

Michael Ahern Manager of Postmobile
ASPIDER-NGI have been very responsive in helping us get Postmobile launched in an extremely quickly timeframe. We had the concept of a range of compelling and competitive offers and ASPIDER-NGI expertise helped us develop these into Customer propositions.

Jan Mooijman, CEO at ASPIDER-NGI
With the new rebrand and the media campaigns ASPIDER-NGI are excited about Postmobile’s success with the All In, Talk & Text and Data Value plans.

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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