Lycamobile to launch MVNO services in North America

03 September 2012

MVNO Lycamobile is reportedly planning to launch services in the US and Canada next month as part of a plan to double its revenue from the more than €1 billion recorded this year.

The Financial Times reports that the group is in the final stages of technology testing for its North American network and will set up its own data centres in the region to...

Topics: Lycamobile, MVNO, North America, US, Canada



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