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GLOBALINX Enters Wireless Market With Mobi

Called GLOBALINX Mobi, the wireless service will be available to residential customers beginning May 31, with commercial services to come later.

May 17, 2013

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GLOBALINX Enters Wireless Market With Mobi

By Khali Henderson

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VoIP provider GLOBALINX announced this week it will offer wireless services as a mobile virtual network operator using the Sprint Network.

Called GLOBALINX Mobi, the service will be available to residential customers beginning May 31, with commercial services to come later, according to GLOBALINX spokesperson Matthew Russell.

Russell said the carrier will sell residential services through its direct sales force, but will use its indirect sales channel to sell commercial services. Details on the agent program will be released closer to the commercial launch, he added.

GLOBALINX Mobil will include unlimited voice and text plan for basic phones; unlimited voice, data and texting for smartphones; and 3GB and 6GB broadband data cards. It will offer devices from Samsung, HTC, LG and Kyocera.

As an add-on, residential customers can purchase the GLOBALINX mobile video calling app, said Russell, noting other mobile apps will be available to commercial users.

Users can log into a myMobi Control Panel to gain access to account information, such as monthly data and minute usage, upgrade details, billing history, payment information, etc.

Significantly, both residential and commercial users of GLOBALINX wireline and wireless services will have converged billing and customer support.

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