Stonehenge Telecom Unveils Stonehenge Mobile, Signs MVNO Partnership with Sprint
Stonehenge Telecom, a provider of voice communications products and services, announced the launch of its mobile service offering, Stonehenge Mobile.
The new Stonehenge Mobile includes Android (News - Alert) powered smartphones. Recently, the company introduced Stonehenge Slate notepad. The 10-inch model comes with both Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, company officials said.
As part of expanding its services, Stonehenge Telecom signed a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) deal with wireless major Sprint to access the Sprint (News - Alert) 3G network that reaches more than 274 million people.
“We are very excited to be a new provider in the mobile service marketplace through this agreement with Sprint,” said Patrick Willemsen, CEO of Stonehenge Telecom, in a statement. “Wireless is the future and as a company that provides hosted voice services to its customers, it is important if not essential, that we enter the wireless arena.”
The MVNO business model allows customers to connect devices at an affordable cost. Stonehenge Mobile will be offering bundled packages to address the demands of both enterprises and consumers. The company’s customers will also receive 24/7 network support.
“Sprint is delighted in our new agreement with Stonehenge and we are looking forward to supporting them as they continue to extend their brand into the United States,” says Yijing Brentano, VP International Wholesale. “Adding wireless as part of their innovative bundling model significantly strengthens their product offering.”
Recently, Stonehenge Telecom announced that it is a certified reseller for Grandstream Networks (News - Alert), a manufacturer of IP voice/video telephony and video surveillance solutions. The partnership will allow Stonehenge Telecom to include Grandstream’s products as part of its complete communications suite of product offerings.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell