AEROVOYCE, the mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) finally launched its free services to the public. AEROVOYCE recently announced the soft launch of India’s first MVNO service powered by Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL). At an event last week, AEROVOYCE said that the soft launch of its services ensures the completion of the technical integration of AEROVOYCE and BSNL. In Phase 1 of its rollout, AEROVOYCE will serve in Tamilnadu/Chennai including Pondicherry.
“The soft launch will make sure all technical interfaces with our MNO, other Networks, BSS, OSS, CRM etc., are successfully integrated and fully functional,” said AEROVOYCE in a press statement.
The company started offering MVNO services from December 17, 2017. AEROVOYCE will be selling its national SIM cards to the public, although in a very limited number. AEROVOYCE also thanked its team members who achieved this feat at such a limited time.
A limited stock of AEROVOYCE free SIM cards is available in the market through AEROVOYCE’s distributors and retail network.
The biggest news of all is AEROVOYCE will offer unlimited free voice and unlimited free data for a limited period subject to the conditions of AEROVOYCE, its regulators, and its partner BSNL. “AEROVOYCE will offer unlimited free voice calls and data for a limited period subject to the conditions of AEROVOYCE, the Regulators and our MNO partner BSNL,” said AEROVOYCE in the media statement.
Earlier in June 2017, Adpay has partnered with state-run telco BSNL to launch India’s first national mobile virtual network operator, AEROVOYCE, which aims to become the top MVNO in India in three years.
The MVNO will offer voice and data services, fiber and broadband services, and it will also provide Internet of Things (IoT) SIM Cards, along with International Traveller’s SIM Cards.
At the soft launch event, AEROVOYCE thanked the Government of India, Department of Telecommunications, and Telecom Regulator Trai.
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