MVNOs on the EE network can now offer 4G services through Transatel’s aggregator service
Transatel has launched 4G services for its MVNO’s running on the EE network, it has announced.
The mobile virtual network enabler (MVNE) has reached an agreement with EE to offer its 4G connectivity to its 16 MVNOs which include the Post Office and the Co-Op.
Charity MVNO The People’s Operator recently announced it would be leaving the EE network bringing an end to its three year deal with Transatel. TPO said it was moving to Three in order to bring 4G to its 50,000 customers.
EE director of MVNO and M2M Jason Bellman said: “EE’s successful relationship with Transatel has demonstrated the value of the MVNA model, supporting MVNOs with cost-efficient and flexible enabler services, alongside access to the UK’s biggest and best 3G network.
“We are really pleased that Transatel is now able to offer MVNOs access to the UK’s best 4G network and are looking forward to seeing more MVNO brands using the EE network.”