Goood, a German Charity MVNO begins pre-registration for service

Goood German charity MVNO Goood has started pre-registration for its tariffs that will become available from 31 January 2017. The tariffs include a percentage of the monthly fee that is donated to a charity each month. For each customer that pre-registers before 31 January 2017, Goood will double the donation percentage during the complete contract…

GIV Mobile and Tweakker Boost Charity Incomes

Tweakker’s Device Guides provide the US MVNO’s subscribers flexible smartphone self-care and greater customer care experience at lower operational costs Spirent Communications’ device intelligence business unit Tweakker announced today that it has won a customer care contract from American mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) GIV Mobile. The contract enables the MVNO to embed Tweakker’s smartphone…

Charity mobile network brings ‘donate as you go’ to Discovery Park

An innovative new mobile network, purposely built to support good causes has launched at Discovery Park, potentially raising thousands for cancer and sport related charities. C4C Mobile will donate 10 per cent of the user’s monthly bill spend to a cancer or sport related charity of the customer’s choice at no additional cost or change…

The cell phone company designed to help charity

You have a lot of choices for cell phone carriers and plans today. You can choose the plan that saves you the most money, has the best coverage, fastest or largest data plans…or one that is dedicated to giving back to society. Is there really a way to combine social responsibility and charitable giving with…

The People’s Operator, An MVNO That Works For Social Good Launches in the US

The People’s Operator (TPO), a UK based MVNO has launched in the US. TPO’s chairman is Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales. TPO donates 10% of plan prices and 20% of profits to charities including the World Wildlife Federation, Save the Children, SPCA, American Lung Association, Habitat For Humanity, the Wounded Warrior Project and many more. Users…