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Xius enables launch of Toka's MVNO in Mexico

Friday 24 November 2017 | 09:12 CET | News
Indian supplier of telecom and mobile payments technology Xius has announced a contract to enable electronic payments specialist Toka to launch an MVNO in Mexico on Telefonica's Movistar network. Toka has 1 million e-payment customers in Mexico and the company said it intends to use its Tokamovil MVNO to provide niche products and services to under-served markets. Xius said its past MVNO experience will allow it to help Toka acquire new customers by rolling out differentiated products and services, provide incremental value to customers and generate new revenue potential.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Movistar / Telefonica / Xius
Countries: Mexico
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