African NEP carrier selects Elitecore for Wi-Fi SMP

Tuesday 17 November 2015 | 22:20 CET | News
Elitecore has announced that a global Network Equipment Provider (NEP) has selected Elitecore Wi-Fi SMP for its SP Wi-Fi projects which is operational across 10 countries in Africa. Seamlessly integrating with its existing 3G mobile infrastructure, Elitecore SMP enables operators to extend their data services through a network of Wi-Fi hotspots. The Wi-Fi roll out has enabled the operators to launch bundled 3G and Wi-Fi plans allowing all 3G subscribers to use higher throughput via Wi-Fi by using the existing 3G balance on smart handheld devices. Subscribers not carrying smart-phones may also

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Elitecore Technologies
Countries: Africa
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