Lycamobile Shows Interest in MVNO License, Meets Anusha Rehman

A two-member delegation of Lycamobile UK, headed by Mr. Faheem Shehzad Senior Business Executive called on the Minister of State for Information Technology Ms. Anusha Rahman in her office here in Islamabad.

Federal Secretary IT Mr. Azmat Ali Rangha was also present in the meeting.

The delegates apprised the Minister regarding Global business potentials and key features of their company. Lycamobile showed its interest in buying an MVNO license in Pakistan to start offering its services in the country.

Lycamobile is a leading cellular company based in UK while having successful business venture in 17 western and European Countries including USA.

Not to mention, with MVNO license, operators re-sell services of cellular operators as their own. MVNO operators do the marketing part of products and services while the technical and support part is managed by the original cellular operator as usual.

The Minister IT, Anusha Rahman, reiterated the commitment of PMLN Government to provide conducive environment and support to the foreign investors especially in ICT sector, so that this sector could flourish magnificently.

The Minister further stated that after inception of 3G/4G ICT sector of Pakistan has become a promising land for foreign investors with 80% voice penetration. She appreciated the keen interest of lycamobile for investment in ICT sector of Pakistan and assured complete support of Government of Pakistan to support new investors in the country.


  • Fakhre Alam

    why is she sitting on the edge of the chair ?

    • Syed Waqar Hussain

      Salute to you :-O

    • Bilal Ahmad

      I guess, she got hemorrhoids

    • ahzanmalik

      may be she needs to go to the toilet :P

  • Haida Kay

    Lycamobile is a leading mobile company in uk, i seriously doubt it .. but yeah achi baat haii inko b aana chahye pakistan mey invest krna chahye..

  • Fakhre Alam

    A mobile virtual network operator (MVNO), or mobile other licensed operator (MOLO) is a wireless communications services provider that does not own the wireless network infrastructure over which the MVNO provides services to its customers. An MVNO enters into a business agreement with a mobile network operator to obtain bulk access to network services at wholesale rates, then sets retail prices independently. An MVNO may use its own customer service, billing support systems, marketing and sales personnel or it may employ the services of a mobile virtual network enabler

    The largest multi-country MVNO is Lycamobile, which operates in 17 countries. PLINTRON world’s largest multi-country MVNE have enabled Lycamobile and by 2016 will be offering its MVNE services in 31 countries.

    wikipedia

  • Iago

    O pehle youtube to khol do!

  • Anushey

    Another way to grab money ;)

  • Arsalan Shah

    Great initiative. More MVNOs means more competition. MVNOs usually offer much cheaper services than mobile operators, and that can mean much more economical services to the masses! :) Lets hope more MVNOs like Vectone, Lebara, Giffgaff, etc join after this!