PTel, Solavei pull out of US MVNO market

Wednesday 3 February 2016 | 17:11 CET | News
Having stopped its service at the end of January, US MVNO PTel Mobile is advising its customers to port their number to a new operator by 5 February to avoid losing their number. Another MVNO to have pulled out of the market recently is Solavei, which was also on T-Mobile's network.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: PTel Mobile / Solavei / T-Mobile US
Countries: United States
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