Hyundai Mobile wins deals with US rural operators

Tuesday 19 April 2016 | 15:16 CET | News
Since deciding to expand its sales into the US market in December 2015, Hyundai Mobile has reached agreements with small rural carriers for its Android phones that sell for under USD 200, senior channel sales director Marcelo Da Silva told FierceWireless on the sidelines of the Mobile Carriers Show in Nashville. Hyundai Mobile's US distributor, Vitel Mobile, has won contracts with operators including GCI, iWireless and Viaero Wireless. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: GCI / Hyundai / iWireless / Viaero Wireless
Countries: United States
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