Merchantrade

Telco Deep Dive: MVNO Merchantrade and its ire at incumbents
In business since 2003 when it began selling calling cards, Merchantrade today lays claims to being the largest Malaysian remittance player and among the largest MVNO players. And that has become a problem as the established mobile players start attacking its migrant market segment.
Telco Deep Dive: Celcom out to regain lost momentum
Continuing our Telco Deep Dive, Goh Thean Eu speaks to Celcom CEO Shazalli Ramly on his plans for 2015, after the first quarter saw the company slipping.
Prabhu Mobile launches MVNO via Enabling Asia
Nepali-based remittance player Prabhu Money Transfer has become Enabling Asia’s second Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) with the launch of Prabhu Mobile services, targeted exclusively at its 200,000 monthly walk-in remittance customers in Malaysia.
Week in Review: Leadership lessons from Jobs, or Picard?
DNA founder Karamjit Singh ponders the movie Jobs, and wonders if he should pick up 'ruthless leadership' lessons from the Apple Inc cofounder ... or Captain Jean-Luc Picard!
Celcom takes 20% stake in MVNO Merchantrade
In a move that one telco consultant calls a “very smart diversification strategy,” Celcom Axiata Bhd is believed to have taken a 20% stake in Merchantrade Asia Sdn Bhd, a leading remittance provider and since 2008, a Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) with around 500,000 active subscribers at present.
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