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NRTC Mobile Solutions’ growing number of marketing support services is a testament to the company’s commitment to its MVNOs. After all, no two MVNOs enter the wireless market with identical operations, target markets or local competition. NRTC understands this and strives to deliver comprehensive marketing support that addresses the unique needs of each individual MVNO.


We offer turn-key campaigns that are fully ready for execution with several concepts for print ads, posters, radio scripts, outdoor and direct mail. Television spots are also available. Mobile Solutions also provides retail and online materials such as banner ads, window clings, and in-store point of purchase collateral.

NRTC also provides reseller members additional services and revenue streams utilizing social media, mobile apps and video content.


Mobile Solutions provides reseller members marketing consulting that includes a free demographic report, competitive analysis, and market overview. Our marketing team will assist resellers with strategic marketing and advertising plans.  We also make available targeted sales lead lists.


Your Mobile Subscribers Can Pay for Their Devices in Their Own Time

NRTC Mobile Solutions, one of the nation’s leading mobile virtual network operators (MVNO), has begun working with Splitit, the Atlanta-based developer of a platform to enable installment payments. The new partnership will make it possible for all Mobile Solutions resellers to offer consumers convenient installment plans for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. 


The Latest Mobile Solutions News

AI Optimists at FCC Hope to Transform Spectrum Management

Among the many roles future artificial intelligence tools potentially fill is to help the FCC manage wireless resources. There is increased demand for wireless connections, both fixed and mobile, throughout the nation. AI’s ability to collect and process data and then make rapid decisions, opens the potential for real-time, dynamic spectrum management decisions, according to FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel. More efficient spectrum management could facilitate applications such as precision agriculture and hasten expansion of rural wireless networks. Rosenworcel announced that the Commission intends next month to open a Notice of Inquiry to investigate the AI possibilities.

Commenters Urge Flexibility While Creating SCS Regulatory Regime

The FCC recently accepted comments on its proposed regulatory framework for Supplemental Coverage from Space (SCS), text communications between satellites and mobile phones. A large majority of commenters endorsed the Commission’s goals in the proceeding, but some asked for special attention toward preventing adjacent-channel interference with mobile phone bands. From a rural perspective, commenters praised the technology for potentially making emergency communications with first responders possible in very remote areas. But some also asked the FCC to allow rural mobile phone carriers be able to offer SCS, as well as national carriers.

FCC Hopes to Kick-start Sat/Cell Connections

The FCC hopes that setting a regulatory framework for future satellite/cellular communications will prompt innovation and a variety of new services carried seamlessly over multiple networks. It unanimously adopted a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking aimed at flexible rules and rapid authorizations. Earlier this week, SpaceX said that it will begin testing a sat/cellular service over its second-generation Starlink satellites, as it announced last summer with T-Mobile.

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