Kood, Public Mobile are considered MVNO
Fido, Chatr are considered MVNO
Virgin Mobile, Solo Mobile at time, considered MVNO
Subsidiaries that operate Autonomously, and use the Parent Co. Network infrastructure
Haven't really heard of a MVNO having their own Towers per say.
Oh, ok. I sincerely apologize. When I read up certain carriers on Wikipedia, Fido, Public Mobile, Example, were labeld as MVNO. Perhaps someone made an Error. Please, if you have correct answers to this, feel free to inform us. How would a MVNO Work, what exactly is an MVNO, Are they independent carriers, subsidiaries, etc.?
MVNO's are third Party Companies that buy wholesale wireless from established carriers with there own Networks. The Rates these established networks currently charge MVNO's are just too high at the moment therefore we lack in the MVNO business in Canada. Hopefully come May-5-2015 things will change