Sonopia Is Latest MVNO to Fail
Apr 8, 2008, 7:34 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Sonopia, and MVNO that was launched just a year ago, has let go of its staff, ceased operations, and already figured out how to transition its subscribers to other networks. Sonopia launched with the goal of allowing people/companies to create their own, branded mini-MVNOs in order to attract niche customers. The mini-MVNOs would then share revenue with Sonopia. According to former Sonopia executives, this idea simply didn't work. One executive cited costly terms with host network Verizon Wireless as one factor contributing to the failed business. The Sonopia web site is already offline.
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THE DEATH OF THE MVNO
Who the **** were they?
I so saw that comming...
We all know it's not cheap to use verizon's network.
Didn't Amp'd have the same problem before they left, they we having problems paying Verizon and etc.?