Top Connect uses Singapore GCCM to showcase TravelSim

A key event to meet key South East Asian MVNOs

more potential MVNO partners - markin

In a bid to reach the growing potential of South East Asian MVNO [Mobile Virtual Network Operator] distributors, roaming specialist Top Connect, is travelling to Singapore. That country will be playing host [June 16th – 17th 2014] to the Global Carrier Community Meeting (GCCM) . This Telco industry-only event is a key hub for business discussions between members of the telecommunications sectors including those dealing with voice, data, SMS, mobile, VAS, MVNOs, ISPs, cable and other related communication services.

A Top Connect delegation will be led by marketing director, Vitali Smirnov, as part of the company’s drive to build its TravelSim user base to five million by Q1 2015.

GCCM events are held in London and Singapore each year as exclusive platforms for wholesale carrier service providers to discuss business opportunities for all members.

GCCM has more than 3,000 members representing more than 1,300 operators from 120 plus countries.

Members occupy C-Level and other senior decision making positions – which neatly fits with GoMo News‘ own readership.

Top Connect’s head of TravelSim product development, Mikhail Markin, commented, “With our focus on strengthening our distribution networks to build TravelSim’s user base, successful GCCM Singapore meetings with more potential MVNO partners will be key to our business strategy.”

Thanks to its agreements with Tier One GSM providers around the globe, TravelSim provides a high quality, low cost service that can save customers up to 85 per cent on making calls while abroad.

Top Connect recently embarked upon a ‘Think Global, Act Local’ business strategy and is always seeking new roaming solution resellers. Contact Mikhail Markin here.

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