Kertel shuts down Zemobile MVNO service

Tuesday 13 April 2010 | 11:00 CET | News
French MVNO Kertel has stopped offering its Zemobile International and First services over Bouygues Telecom's network after two years of operation. Kertel was sold by Iliad to Proximania, before being 95 percent acquired by UK investment fund Fortelus last September under the terms of a 2008 loan. The MVNO, which once announced its candidacy to bid for France's fourth mobile network licence, stopped selling Zemobile top-ups on 31 March and ceased its operations completely on 4 April. Kertel says on its website that it has decided to recentre its activities on its historical product lines,

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Bouygues Telecom / Kertel Enterprises / Zemobile
Countries: France
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