Liberty Wireless to ride on M1’s network in MVNO pact
By Digital News Asia July 9, 2015
- Liberty Wireless’ Circles Asia mobile services to roll out by end-2015
- To offer voice, messaging and data services to postpaid customers
M1 Ltd has announced an agreement with Liberty Wireless that would enable the latter to deliver voice, messaging and data access to its customers, using M1’s mobile network.
Liberty Wireless is a Singapore-based mobile telecommunications company that operates the ‘Circles Asia’ brand, which is expected to begin offering its mobile service towards the end of 2015.
Through the agreement, Liberty Wireless will tap on M1’s mobile network to be the first mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) to offer voice, messaging and data services to postpaid customers in Singapore, the two companies said in a joint statement.
“Through this alliance, Circles Asia is poised to launch innovative products and transform how consumers experience the power of mobile,” said Liberty Wireless director Rameez Ansar.
In addition to Liberty Wireless, M1 also hosts two MVNOs offering prepaid mobile services to consumers.
“We welcome this partnership with Liberty Wireless which will bring about a new value proposition and added choice to consumers,” M1 chief commercial officer Lee Kok Chew.
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