Truphone launches in France

Truphone launches in France

Global mobile network helps companies avoid costly bills for international business.

Promises to reinvent the way people, things and businesses connect around the world using groundbreaking new software.

The new service will launch using the Orange France 4G network.

Truphone, the world’s first global mobile network and SIM software pioneer has today launched its services in France—its ninth MVNO country.

Truphone breaks down the rigid tariffs and roaming charges that are still all too restricting for businesses looking to go global.

It provides businesses with one contract, one point of contact, and a global mobile plan built from the ground up, not picked from a shelf. So whether companies are calling abroad, travelling internationally, or keeping international offices connected, they only pay one all‑inclusive rate for international calls, data and SMS.

Truphone is also a pioneer in connected technology. Its patented global mobile recording service helps financial organisations meet industry regulations and is trusted by 10 of the world’s 12 largest investment banks. Further, using its ground-breaking embedded SIM (eSIM) technology developed for its own network, it aims to reengineer the way people, things and businesses connect around the world.

Ralph Steffens

Truphone CEO Ralph Steffens said: “This expansion to our ninth full-service country marks a significant moment for Truphone as we continue to grow through our range of connectivity and technology solutions.

“We’re launching with a simple mission: to fundamentally change how we think about mobile connectivity and how people and things connect to mobile networks.

“That was the founding premise of Truphone, which, in 2006, resolved to revolutionise the way the world communicates. We are delighted to be able to offer our world-leading solution to the French market for the first time. I am incredibly excited to bring our brilliant and thriving business to one of the most enterprising, most outward-looking nations on the planet.”

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