Telenor selects WeRoam to provide global WLAN access
Telenor is emerging as one of the fastest growing providers of mobile communications services worldwide with ownership interests in 13 mobile operators across Europe and Asia. With this deal Telenor is in the position to promote group wide standardised services for wireless Internet connections. All WeRoam hotspots allow for common browser based landing page access or more enhanced client software login, giving the user the freedom of choice he’s looking for.
Toni Stadelmann, Vice Chairman of Comfone, said: “WeRoam is pleased to have won the confidence of Telenor, one of the most important players in the mobile arena. We are convinced that this partnership will be beneficial for both parties and are looking forward to intensifying our business relationship in the future.”
WeRoam is a trademark of Swiss company Comfone AG. Comfone provides roaming services to over 300 operators in 125 countries worldwide. Its services portfolio includes signalling, data, clearing, hubbing and convergence services.
WeRoam specialises in wholesale mobility management and roaming solutions for the fixed and mobile telecommunications sector. Its patented open roaming platform connects to nearly 60 WISPs and offers an aggregated footprint of more than 30.000 hotspots. Key solutions found in GSM technology have been adopted to make up the WeRoam service. This positions WeRoam as the only open roaming platform supporting username/password and SIM based authentication for WLAN Roaming. All solutions easily integrate with existing products of Internet, Enterprise, GSM and VoIP service providers.
Learn more about WeRoam at www.weroam.com
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