Fonus Aims To Be The World’s First Global Carrier

Fonus, which claims to be the world’s leading operator, was launched on November 20 and has begun providing a mobile phone package to its customers. Fonus is an (MVNO) International Mobile Virtual Network Operator. It was created in the May of this year. The global carrier offers a plan for $30 US, excluding taxes and fees. Customers must pay $15 US for a SIM card, as well as an international shipping fee of $10 US.

Fonus essentially provides customers with activated SIM cards, which is equivalent to ordering an American SIM card online. The service is like when you activate a SIM card in America and use it in Canada. The plan offers an unlimited number of data, calls, and texts. Fonus says it delivers 5G speeds in 20 countries around the world, including the United States, the United Kingdom, India, Germany, and South Africa.

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Fonus indicates that customers can also move freely in 40 countries, including Australia, Canada, Brazil, Japan, the United States, & more. Tian said Fonus had reached an agreement with one of the big four in the United States, which includes Verizon, AT & T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. The company is also associated with a significant supplier in Europe, which could consist of Orange or Vodafone, as well as a carrier in Canada.

Customers can start buying the package and order a SIM card from the Fonus website. Once the SIM card has arrived, insert it into an unlocked phone. Fonus indicates that cellular service can be used like any other network provider.

Source: Mobilesyrup

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