KPN, Bankinter to operate MVNO with Orange Spain

Wednesday 19 December 2007 | 08:45 CET | News
Dutch operator KPN has formed a partnership with Spanish banking group Bankinter, which will use Orange Spain's network to offer mobile phone services to its banking customers. KPN had been planning to offer a service in Spain and was looking for a virtual mobile partner, with which it would buy excess capacity from another operator. The Dutch company said it was speaking to various mobile network operators. KPN spokesman Bram Oudshoorn confirmed the deal. He said that the start of the Bankinter mobile services is planned for Q1 2008. KPN is in talks with other parties as well.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: KPN / Orange Spain
Countries: Spain
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