A comprehensive BSS platform delivered by Comarch enables Turkcell Europe to run innovative and unique MVNO operations on the German market.
Comarch, a global provider of end-to-end IT solutions for telecommunications, announced today that it has delivered a comprehensive BSS platform to Mobile One GmbH, Düsseldorf. This MVNE is technically integrated with the Telekom Deutschland mobile network and performs managed services for Turkcell Europe, enabling them to offer a broad range of mobile and value added services for customers in Germany.
According to the agreement, the following Comarch products have been implemented: Comarch Convergent Billing, Comarch CRM, Comarch Self Care, Comarch Billing Mediation, Comarch B2B Gateway and Comarch Service Activation.
This set of tools allowed Turkcell Europe for a quick and cost-effective launch of its innovative, personalized services, delivered both in prepaid and postpaid model. The solution will also assure a seamless customer experience in Turkish and German language, as well as support partner data management for all involved parties.
Comarch has supported the project from the initial stage of the platform design and has actively participated in establishing a three-sided partnership between Comarch, Mobile One and Turkcell Europe.
- The Comarch BSS platform helped us launch our MVNO services on the German market very quickly and gather almost 300.000 customers within one year. Comarch’s solution enables Turkcell Europe to gradually develop our business and constantly expand the service portfolio that addresses the needs of existing and future subscribers. - says Ugur Serkan Taskin, Program Manager for Turkcell Europe’s MNVO Project at Turkcell.
- Our cooperation with Mobile One once again shows that Comarch can deploy its solutions in a matter of months. This provided Turkcell Europe not only with low implementation costs but also ensured a time-to-market advantage. - says Piotr Piątosa, Head of the Telecom Business Unit and Board Member at Comarch.
About Turkcell Europe
Turkcell Europe commenced its commercial activities in Germany in -March of 2011, headquartered in Cologne. The company provides mobile services with various price and quality advantages, particularly in communications between Germany and Turkey. Its main customer groups are Turks living in Germany and Germans who have close relations with Turkey.
Turkcell Europe was founded as a 100 percent Turkcell subsidiary. Turkcell is the leading communications and technology company in Turkey, with 34.7 million subscribers and a market share of approximately 53% based on June 30, 2012 results.
Turkcell is also a leading regional player, with market leadership in five of the nine countries in which it operates with its approximately 65.8 million subscribers as of June 30, 2012. It was one of the first among global operators to have implemented HSPA+. It has achieved speed of up to 43.2 Mbps using Dual Carrier technology, and is continuously working to provide the latest technology to its customers, e.g. 84 Mbps in the near future.
Turkcell reported a TRY2.6 billion (US$1.4 billion) net revenue with total assets of TRY17.4 billion (US$9.6 billion) as of June 30, 2012. It has been listed on the NYSE and the ISE since July 2000, and is the only NYSE-listed company in Turkey.
More information is available at: http://www.turkcell.com.tr
Comarch is a global supplier of IT products and services for the telecommunication industry, that has been present on the BSS/OSS market since 1993. Comarch provides products in the areas of BSS, CRM, OSS as well as a range of comprehensive services, including end-to-end BSS/OSS transformations. Comarch’s differentiators lie not only in the compliance of its products with leading industry standards, but mainly in the flexibility of its solutions and approach and the high competences of its engineers. Through projects for almost 50 telecom operators, Comarch has gathered experience in the fields of designing, implementing, and integrating IT solutions. Customers include T-Mobile in Austria, KPN in the Netherlands, as well as E-Plus Gruppe, Telekom Deutschland, Vodafone and Telefónica O2 in Germany.