Starscriber and Tavia Technology Partner with Etisalat Nigeria

October 26, 2015

 

 

Starscriber, the global leader in VAS solutions and Tavia Technology have entered into a commercial agreement with Etisalat Nigeria to provide Starscriber’s EasyWay services to its 20M+ mobile subscribers.

 

The solution is expected to offer Starscriber’s CallMe solution along with GiftMe and LendMe solutions for credit transfer between Etisalat subscribers.

 

The solution greatly increases the benefits for Starscriber’s operator partners by extending the range of easily accessible value added services. Furthermore, the immediate availability of options in an insufficient credit situation greatly reduces churn, which has been shown to be greatest when prepaid subscribers are out of credits and start to evaluate their communication options.

 

About Starscriber


Starscriber is an intellectual property and telecom solutions company, based in the U.S with offices in Canada and South America offering the new generation of enhanced CallMe services. Our 4.5+ billion potential customers reside in hyper growth emerging mobile phone markets.

 

 

 

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