Comfone Reaches 100 651793

Comfone's Key2roam roaming service signs its 100th mobile network

January 31, 2008

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BERN, Switzerland -- International roaming specialist, Comfone, today announces that with the signing of its latest customer its Key2roam® service community has now reached 100 members.

Comfone’s Key2roam hub model enables any operator to establish multiple roaming relationships with networks around the world through a single, standard bilateral roaming agreement with Comfone.

Fully compliant with GSM Association standards, all elements of roaming including interconnection, testing, account transfer procedures, roaming management, error handling and fraud processes are handled for the operator under the agreement with Comfone Key2roam. As a result, the customer’s resources are freed from the costly tasks involved in setting up roaming relations, allowing the operator to focus instead on its core business.

Since its launch in 2004, Key2roam has continually evolved to ensure its position as the industry’s most trusted and truly neutral roaming hub. Comfone’s experience in the roaming market and its provision of a complete portfolio of roaming services, including: signalling, clearing, data, hubbing and convergence services, has enabled the company to offer the leading hub service that it does today - a hub service that is well ahead of other market players, boasting the largest worldwide footprint of any hub roaming solution available to the global mobile operator community.

“Key2roam owes much of its success to its first customers,” said Oscar Derrer, CEO of Comfone. “As early adopters they set a trend for establishing Comfone’s roaming hub service as the world leader. Comfone’s vision of outsourced roaming services has now been fully endorsed by the industry and the GSMA, with current market activities focusing heavily on hubbing solutions. We look forward to the continued growth of our Key2roam operator community.”

Comfone AG

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