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Meet VNL at CommunicAsia, Singapore: June 16 – 19, 2009 30 Apr, 2009

Each year in early summer, Asia greets mobile network operators at CommunicAsia. This conference and exhibition will be held at the Singapore Expo from June 16 -19, 2009.

Our participation this year is quite special as we will showcase our award-winning WorldGSM™ system - the solar powered GSM system specifically made for rural areas with ARPUs of less than $2. WorldGSM is the first commercially viable GSM system that is independent of the power grid. It runs exclusively on solar power and requires no diesel generator backup. It is also designed for simple delivery and deployment by local, untrained workers – all resulting in zero opex, dramatically lower capex, and near zero maintenance.

The bottom line is that mobile operators now have a way to provide mobile services to rural communities in the developing world – and still turn a profit. WorldGSM also opens up a new microtelecom business model – involving microfinance – where operators can partner with local entrepreneurs to accelerate deployment and reduce costs still further.

If you’re a mobile operator, you are well aware that the next billion subscribers will be coming from rural populations, away from saturated urban markets. So if you’re planning to visit CommunicAsia in Singapore, save half an hour for us. VNL is changing the DNA of rural telecom by providing commercially viable new building blocks that will transform the way you build your networks in the future.

Visit us in Hall 4, at Booth 4D2-07.

Also visit VNL at:

  • 17-18 June, 2009: West & Central AfricaCom, Abuja Conference Centre, Abuja, Nigeria
  • 30 June – 1 July, 2009: AmericasCom, Hotel Windsor Barra, Rio de Janiero, Brazil
  • Oct 27-28, 2009: North AfricaCom, JW Marriot Hotel, Cairo, Egypt
  • Nov 11-12, 2009: AfricaCom, Cape Town Convention Centre, Cape Town, South Africa
  • Dec 3-5, 2009: India Telecom 2009, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India

ABOUT VNL

VNL (www.vnl.in) is substantially changing the way operators will build networks in the future. As the innovator of zero opex networks and the pioneer of microtelecom, their simple to install solar powered cellular base stations help mobile operators maximize their profit margins by reaching rural markets profitably. The management team includes telecom industry veterans with vast experience in bringing products and services to entirely new markets. Its Chairman and founder, Rajiv Mehrotra, started the Shyam Group of companies and established some of the earliest GSM, CDMA and fixed networks in India serving millions of people today.

For more information, visit the company website at www.vnl.in or contact VNL’s PR representative Bridget Fishleigh (+44 7946 342 903, bridget@nomadcomms.com or Skype: bridgetfishleigh).

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