MVNO operator reaches the market with five different plans and the company’s goal is to reach 50 thousand chips sold in 2020
Barbosa’s supermarket chain enters the mobile phone market with the launch of its own virtual operator, MVNO. The project was made possible through a partnership with the Dry Company and Surf Telecom companies and the clients of the chain will be able to buy the chip either through the supermarket chain website, or in one of the 30 stores spread throughout the state of São Paulo.
The recharge, balance consultation and other information about the line can be performed by the application created for Android and iOS systems. Each MVNO user can choose plans between R$ 25 and R$ 75, in addition to the model created for families, which offers 4 chips for R$ 150 monthly.
Barbosa Chip’s main goal is to offer the phone service to the supermarket chain customers, mainly from C and D classes, and to reach 50 thousand chips sold by the end of 2020. In common, all plan options have free use of WhatsApp, internet and free roaming services.