Company goes bust; Waterloo office shuts as receiver is brought in to deal with the matter
Ethnic market MVNO Nomi Mobile has gone into administration, Mobile News understands.
The company’s office in Waterloo as been shut with a notice pinned on the front door informing customers of the situation. A receiver has been brought in to oversee the matter.
Nomi Mobile launched in the UK in late 2007 with a wholesale deal with BT Mobile, itself running off the Vodafone UK network.
Last October ethnic market MVNO Lycamobile announced a broad-ranging aggregator deal with O2 UK to allow new MVNOs to launch within five weeks, starting with Nomi Mobile, which had been poached from Vodafone.
Nomi Mobile and Lycamobile have so far been unavailable for comment.