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Sprint Chooses ItsOn for OSS/BSS

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REDWOOD CITY, Calif. -- ItsOn Inc., the leader in Mobile Smart Services, today announced that Sprint will use the ItsOn Smart Services Platform to enhance Sprint’s mobile network capabilities and enable new types of mobile services.

The multi-year agreement provides Sprint with the ability to design and implement granular service policy control for various data, text and voice services using ItsOn’s SaaS cloud solution. Sprint will be integrating the ItsOn cloud capabilities into its existing network architecture and the ItsOn Smart Services device software will be embedded in all new Sprint Android devices sold through all distribution channels going forward.

“The ItsOn solution provides an end-to-end mobile network policy design, deployment and management platform with intelligent and granular control of mobile network communications,” said David Owens, Senior Vice President Product Development at Sprint. “While other mobile operators stay with traditional solutions that require years to deploy new types of services, Sprint will reduce our deployment cycles down to a few weeks by virtualizing multiple service control capabilities with the ItsOn platform.”

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