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Bubbletone to Use Blockchain Technology as a Solution to International Roaming

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Bubbletone to Use Blockchain Technology as a Solution to International Roaming

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Bubbletone, the creator of the Bubbletone Blockchain in Telecom, is partnering with the mobile virtual network operator Allo Incognito to offer greater connectivity to their customers. Bubbletone is introducing vast improvements to its mobile messenger app, including, in the future, blockchain components, to power Allo Incognito’s advanced call management capabilities..

With the Bubbletone messenger integration, mobile subscribers can expect to see a greater selection of affordable plans, especially when traveling internationally. Bubbletone's own robust messaging application was developed for the needs of both mobile operators and their subscribers, expanding connectivity and providing tools to boost customer loyalty..

“Mobile operators can achieve profitable growth with the Bubbletone messenger app,” says Bubbletone founder Yury Morozov. Moreover, with the addition of the blockchain component, mobile operators will get a new revenue channel by offering a number of value-added service packages to their local subscriber base through the app..

The telecom blockchain integrated with BubbleTone mobile app is set to be showcased at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in late February 2018. More operators are set to join and use Bubbletone as their native app for subscriber marketing and coverage extension..

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