Mobile Embrace expands into Thailand with dtac

Wednesday 23 November 2016 | 09:49 CET | News
Mobile commerce company Mobile Embrace expanded its international direct carrier billing (DCB) operations into Thailand through a new agreement with dtac, a subsidiary of Telenor, and Thailand's second largest mobile telecommunications provider in Thailand with circa 25.5 million mobile subscriptions. The agreement with dtac represents strong expansion within the Asian market, growing MBE's footprint in the region adding to agreements already established in Singapore, Pakistan, and Malaysia, the company said. Following the partnership with dtac, MBE will be live in 10 countries, further

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: DTAC / Telenor
Countries: Thailand
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