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5Telecom

MVNO | Networks: Mobistar | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active


Blue Light Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Proximus | Services: postpaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active


Carrefour

MVNO | Networks: Base, Effortel (MVNE network) | Services: prepaid | Targets: Retail | Status: Active

French hypermarkets group Carrefour launched its MVNO service, Carrefour Mobile, using the Orange France network, on 8 November 2006. The retailer offers the service at its 218 superstores across the country. In Nov 15 stopped completely in France. Cust transferred to Sosh and Mobicarte. Was also active in Greece but has stopped there too. Still active in Belgium and Taiwan. In italy it is active under the name of Uno Mobile


Cloud Communications

MVNO | Networks: Base | Services: postpaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active


Destiny

MVNO | Networks: Base | Services: postpaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active

In June 2019 Destiny bought Fuzer


EDPnet

MVNO | Networks: Base | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active


Ello Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Base, United Telecom | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: Charity | Status: Active

MVNO spend 100 percent of its profit to charity. End-users can select their own charity project.


Esprit Telecom

MVNO | Networks: Base | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: unknown

Seems inactive since late 2018


Fuzer

MVNO | Networks: Base | Services: postpaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active

Was bought by Destiny, brand will disappear


Galaxy Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Mobistar | Services: postpaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active

Galaxy provides mobile telephony, secure data connections, fixed internet & voice for SMEs and independents. Galaxy Mobile is part of the Galaxy Group in The Netherlands, which was bought by EDPnet in February 2019


Intellinet

MVNO | Networks: Base | Services: postpaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active

VoIP provider with CloudSim offering. Uses Artilium


IP Nexia

MVNO | Networks: Base | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active

Postpaid ESP. All consumer customers were taken over by Billi in March 2012. IP Nexia now focuses on its business customers. Changed name in 2013, was Toledo Telecom before.


Jim Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Mobistar | Services: prepaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active

Partnership between KPN and Vlaamse Media Maatschappij. Started postpaid in Oct 2010 Over the years changed focus from Youth segment based on TV channel to No Frills prepaid only player Changed from Base network to Orange BE network in April 2019, after being bought by Medialaan.


LCR-Telecom

ESP | Networks: Base | Services: postpaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active

Post-paid ESP.


L-Mobi Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Base | Services: prepaid | Targets: Ethnic | Status: Active


Lycamobile

MVNO | Networks: Mobistar | Services: prepaid | Targets: International call traffic | Status: Active

Lycamobile offers prepaid SIM cards with reduced international calling rates, focusing on users who normally use calling cards to phone abroad. The company has set up MVNOs in the following countries: UK, Germany, Sweden, Belgium, Switzerland, Netherlands, Portugal, Australia, Denmark, France, Ireland, Norway, Poland, Spain, Italy and recently US (March 2013) and Austria (November 2013), Tunisia (2015) and Romania (2015). Macedonia followed in 2016, and Lycamobile launched in Ukraine in July 2017. South Africa followed in 2019 and Uganda in 2020 It ceased its operations in Hong Kong in April 2018


Mixtus

MVNO | Networks: Base | Services: postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Prelaunch

Aims to launch in 2020, uses Tellink


Mobile Vikings

MVNO | Networks: Base, Mobistar | Services: prepaid | Targets: Community | Status: Active

MVNO active in Belgium and Poland, was also active in Netherlands but will exit the market from November 2015.


Neibo

MVNO | Networks: Mobistar | Services: unknown | Targets: Community | Status: Prelaunch

Will start offering subscriptions in 2020


Nextel Belgium

mobile brand | Networks: Base | Services: postpaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active

Acquisition by Telenet approved in May 2018 but still operates as a separate brand.


Premier Telecom

MVNO | Networks: Base | Services: postpaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active

No website as only direct sales, mostly to embassies and foreign companies.


Scarlet Telecom

mobile brand | Networks: Proximus | Services: pre + postpaid | Targets: No frills | Status: Active


Sun Mobile

MVNO | Networks: unknown | Services: postpaid | Targets: Unknown | Status: Active

On September 25, 2014, Hong Kong Telecom and Telecom Digital jointly launched a new mobile communication service brand, SUN Mobile, dedicated to providing customers with high-quality and affordable mobile communication services. SUN Mobile will provide better services than its predecessor, New World Transmission Network.


Telenatie

MVNO | Networks: Base | Services: postpaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active


Tellink

MVNO | Networks: Base | Services: postpaid | Targets: Business | Status: Active

In January 2019 Tellink switched back to the network of Base (Telenet), after having been with Orange for eight years


Transatel

MVNO | Networks: Base, Mobistar | Services: postpaid | Targets: International call traffic | Status: Active

MVNO in France, and MVNE in France, the UK and the Benelux. Global MVNE for IoT services. Transatel will no longer offer services in the Netherlands from January 2013, after Dutch operator Telfort/ KPN did not renew Transatel's network contract


United Telecom

MVNO + MVNE | Networks: Base | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active


Vectone Mobile

MVNO | Networks: Base | Services: prepaid | Targets: Ethnic | Status: Active

Vectone Mobile is a pre-pay service offering low call rates for local, national, and international calls, plus savings on SMS and roaming. Vectone Mobile is part of the Vectone Group of companies, owned by the Mundio Group In Sweden website automatically transfers to Lycamobile (Sep 18) In Czech Republic in November 2018 not possible to order Sim or recharge account, so assume stopped services. In Portugal stopped services in July 2018 Sep 19: Serbia website not working


Voo

MVNO | Networks: Mobistar | Services: postpaid | Targets: Fixed Telco | Status: Active

Belgian cable operator Voo has made its long-awaited entrance on the mobile market in juli 2013.




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