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MVNO BSS with revolutionary functionality by the JEVERA dedicated team


Effortel is a global mobile virtual network operator and mobile virtual network enabler (MVNE) born in Switzerland over 15 years ago. The company has launched 14 MVNOs for top-tier clients in 8 countries, remaining a trusted partner for deploying, integrating, adapting, running, and continuously expanding BSS/OSS platforms.


Effortel has engaged JEVERA as one of its several teams simultaneously working to develop an innovative mobile platform. The company aimed to create a cutting-edge MVNO BSS that enables businesses to maximize the benefits of modern approaches and software.

During the development, the dedicated JEVERA team performed constant synchronization, coordination, resolution of dependencies, and alignment of delivery schedules. Despite facing challenges such as war and power outages, the developers completed the required scope and delivered the final product on time with the appropriate quality.

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Effortel needed the platform to provide a fully automated system designed to drive greater usage of mobile services through highly-targeted, timely promotions and marketing campaigns. The client’s business is blossoming. It means that 9 JEVERA specialists and 3 QA Engineers from the Effortel’s side dealt with that project.

- Alexey Zibnitsky, Project manager @ JEVERA

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JEVERA performed the development and architecting of innovative Telco BSS platform components. We had a hand in both the front and backend parts.


The project's first stage aimed at creating a server-based Business Application Orchestrator (BAO). It's needed to manage third-party SOAP data, translate them to native mobile suite data, handle authentication, set specific channels, and orchestrate flows.

The next step was the creation of adaptors and converters for API calls based on the ready-made BAO. It will ensure seamless migration of the virtual and mobile network operators to the upper versions of the product, flexibility in enabling/disabling certain features depending on Effortel, adding new features, etc.

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Development for MVNO that supports post-paid subscriptions required creating a new post-paid billing system that provides highly scalable, flexible, and real-time solutions. 



Modules responsible for collecting traffic usage, aggregating traffic data, and using such data to prepare customers’ invoices. No other MVNO BSS supports post-paid billing, which makes our development a unique one at the moment.



It tracks and processes billing accounts with overdue billing status. It allows system users to adjust various search criteria of billing accounts with overdue amounts and configure dunning events, reminders, subscription termination, penalties, etc.


Mobile platform for MVNO creation was deployed for telco companies, banks, retailers, etc. Now it covers European,Asian, African, and Pacific Ocean Region countries, allowing them to reduce costs on mobile virtual network operator creation and accelerate time-to-market period.

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Excellent work, great professionalism, transparent, open, and comprehensive communication, result-oriented attitude, and fantastic quality. We would recommend JEVERA by all means.

- Martin Petkov, Chief operations officer @ Effortel




What is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO)?

A mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is a mobile phone network provider that doesn't own or operate its wireless network infrastructure. 

What is the difference between MNO and MVNO?

The main difference between a mobile network operator (MNO) and a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) is that MNOs own and operate their wireless network infrastructure, while MVNOs lease network access from existing MNOs and sell mobile services under their own brand name.

How to start an MVNO?

Starting an MVNO involves:


  • Finding an existing MNO to lease network access from

  • Developing a business plan

  • Creating a brand identity

  • Obtaining the necessary licenses and certifications

  • Building a customer base

  • Launching the service


The process can be complex and requires significant resources, including financial investment and expertise in the mobile industry

What is MVNO used for?

MVNOs can offer various mobile services, including voice calls, text messaging, and data services, often at a lower cost than traditional MNOs. 

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