There’s a new MVNO coming to U.S. shores called Voce, created by Faith Inc., a Japanese content provider that made its footprint in the American mobile market through its polyphonic ringtones. Voce says it will provide “first class” personalized wireless services, to become available this year, include unlimited calling, data downloads, “velvet glove” customer service, the latest technologies, and a new cell phone every four months, according to the company.
Voce will operate on Cingular’s wireless network, according to Visage Mobile, a partner that’s helping Voce launch its services. Subscribers will initially sign up for $1,500 and then pay a flat rate of $500 each month. Voce expects to first launch services in New York and Los Angeles this year and expand to the top ten metropolitan markets in the U.S. by the end of 2006.
Via: Yahoo News