Our Business For Home collegue Tina Marie Williams has published an article with as heading Solavei among other mobile network companies mvno coming to an end in USA
It is based on an article in Channel Partners, a leader in providing news and analysis to indirect sales channels serving the communications industry.
We have received an email response from Rick White, Solavei 's Head of Legal and Policy, and we think it is fair to publish his comment:
We were very surprised to read your article, and learn that our company is “collapsing” and “coming to an end.”
In fact, we have signed up thousands new customers this month, paid close to $1 million in compensation to our members this month, and announced several exciting new programs on Monday in a national webcast joined by over ten thousand members from all over the United States.
With all due respect (and with apologies to Mark Twain), your reports of our death are greatly exaggerated.
Your article makes interesting points about the evolution of the mobile phone business, and it’s true that we are taking advantage of the Chapter 11 process to restructure our finances and set us up for continued growth. But your article is frankly very misleading about our company.
We are moving ahead at full speed, are beating our financial forecasts, and are more excited than ever about the prospects for Solavei. Please correct the article to make it clear that Solavei is not “collapsing” or “coming to end.”
Enclosed the video Solavei recently published:
Solavei is more than just a company—it represents a whole new way of doing business.The Solavei mission is to make commerce less expensive and even profitable. While other companies spend billions on retail locations and traditional advertising, Solavei rewards its members for sharing Solavei with the people who know and trust them. Solavei does this by providing a social commerce platform that enhances its members’ social connections and naturally rewards them when they share the products and services they use every day.