The proposition provides the channel with flexibility says Riddell
Unified comms and mobile service provider Abzorb has added Dumfries-based telecommunications service provider Qubiti as an MVNO partner.
Qubiti joins Huddersfield-based Abzorb’s ‘abZ’ MVNO programme, within which it will have access to the firm’s single portal for ordering, provisioning, managing and billing.
The partnership will also provide Qubiti with access to Vodafone and O2’s 4G network.
Abzorb head of channel Mark Riddell says that the firm can offer its customers more flexibility and autonomy with its mobile services. “Previously, finding a B2B MVNO partner was hard work, with many rigid restrictions around the offering, pricing and contracts.
“Our MVNO proposition provides the channel with flexibility and autonomy to offer mobile services to their customers under their own brand name, set their own pricing with the ability to change tariffs in minutes.”
As part of the partnership, Qubiti has launched Q, a mobile network for UK start-ups.
Qubiti director James Slater adds: “Q Network allows us to monitor tariff utilisation and mobile usage in near real time and provide visibility to customers so they don’t overspend and can manage their mobile bills more effectively.”