Post securing a prominent position in the US, Japan, and Europe, uCloudlink with its partnership with Cello, is looking forward to amassing more users around the world
One of the world’s leading mobile data traffic sharing marketplace, uCloudlink Group has announced entering the North American market with addition of new business partners in the region. As per credible sources, the company has reportedly declared establishing a strategic partnership with Cello Mobile International, in an attempt to strengthen the foundation for its future growth in the region.
For the record, Cello offers a wide range of data and voice solutions right from smartphone rental and wireless hotspot rental to international SIM cards. Moreover, the company has taken over uCloudlink’s GlocalMe devices and corresponding data services package to resell to individual users and its corporates.
It would be essential to note that the alliance comes after a massive growth of uCloudlink’s GlocalMe brand in the U.S. The service, despite impacts of ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, saw the traffic double for its local e-Commerce website in the past six months, and the count of American-based monthly registered users in the application soared to new heights in the final quarter of 2020.
GlocalMe data packages and devices provide full-frequency support with a stable network, high-speed connections supported by uCloudlink’s Cloud SIM platform and technology, and flexible data plans- augmenting user’s experience to enjoy wider coverage and a stable connection anytime and anywhere.
Elaborating further, driven by its innovative SaaS and PaaS platform, uCloudlink’s Cloud SIM technology offers enhanced connectivity by assimilating the relevant resources of various data service suppliers and business partners globally, and allocating them to end-users to improve users’ experience.
Additionally, through its asset-light model, easy to scale business ecosystem, and multiple partnership arrangements, the company provides its partners with an assembly of benefits, encompassing robust services for end-users, additional revenue streams, and extension of offerings or new business development.