Contract strengthened CrossMobile’s infrastructure prior to service launch in the near term
NEW YORK, NY, Sept. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — World Health Energy Holdings, Inc. (OTC: WHEN) (“WHEN Group” or the “Company”), a telecom and cybersecurity company with proprietary technologies developed to protect individuals and enterprises from cyber threats, today announced that its subsidiary in Poland, Cross Mobile Sp. z oo (“CrossMobile”), has signed a mobile phone contract with Polkomentel Sp. z oo (“Polkomentel”).
“Signing this contract is the first of three phases in our European strategy to become a provider of GSM and value-added services,” said Giora Rozensweig, CEO of WHEN Group. “We are now part of a small, tenuous group of licensed operators in the EU, which gives us a formidable foundation from which we believe we can generate significant long-term revenue growth through our comprehensive range of value-added services for B2B and launch B2C customers. “Read:Here’s everything new on the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro
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Mr Robert Staniszewski, Wholesale Department Director at Polkomstel, said: “For the Polkomentel network operator, collaboration with partners such as CrossMobile is a very important part of the business activities carried out since 2006 and we maintain a leading position in the Polish market. Polkomentel’s MVNO customers include domestic and international telecommunications operators, cable TV operators, ISPs, and now CrossMobile’s evolving business. The quality of network services offered to CrossMobile operating on the Plus network infrastructure will be identical to those offered to Polkomstel’s own subscribers.”
Tom Tromer, CEO of CrossMobile, added: “Our value-added services delivered on our GSM platform will enable our B2B and B2C customers to take full advantage and enjoy the great opportunities of cyberspace . What sets CrossMobile services apart is our platform that provides our customers with the right tools and business solutions to protect and ensure privacy in a safe and easy-to-use cyber-secured environment. We plan to go live in December 2022 with basic services such as cell phone calls, SMS and data transfer.”Read:Sony might be planning their own PC game launcher
Rozensweig continues: “Unlike large legacy operators, we have the flexibility to seize new opportunities. Our ability to respond to changing market demands provides a clear competitive advantage. Combining this advantage with our unparalleled cybersecurity solutions and other next-generation value-added services puts us in a great position to rapidly scale operations.”
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About pollute sp. z ooo
Polkomentel is the operator of the Plus mobile network, which was launched in 1996 and currently has approximately 13.5 million users. Since the beginning of its activities, Polkomentel has been the pioneer in introducing the latest technological solutions to the Polish market. It has dynamically implemented data transmission technologies that enable ever-faster access to the Internet. https://www.plus.pl/news/aboutcompany
About CrossMobile sp. z ooo
CrossMobile is registered as a Full Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) in Poland under the regulatory body of the Office of Electronic Communications (UKE).Read:Virtual Reality Content Market Size, Development Data, Growth Analysis & Forecast 2022 to 2028 -Facebook, GoPro, Google, HTC, Microsoft, Samsung Electronics, Sony, Netflix, Samsung
About WHEN Group
World Health Energy Holdings, Inc. (d/b/a WHEN Group) is a holding company comprised of CrossMobile, SG 77, Inc./RNA Ltd, which develops and significantly enhances existing cybersecurity solutions in the B2C and B2B markets. WHEN Group develops new systems by applying pattern recognition technology based on IOT / mobile / servers and computer activity, analyzing human and device behavior, relationships and BPM (Business Process Management) to automatically identify and prevent potential danger to individuals and companies. The B2C Cybersecurity Division focuses on families dealing with external cyber threats and exposures, in addition to monitoring a child’s behavioral patterns that can alert parents to potential tragedies caused by cyberbullying, pedophiles, other predators, and depression. The B2B Cybersecurity system software development and implementation company is focused on providing innovative solutions to the ever-changing cyber challenges of businesses, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and government agencies. By deploying a highly experienced development team, RNA Ltd. on both internal and external cyber threats by identifying patterns of behavior that signal potential cyber compromises. Additional information is available at: https://www.whengroup.com/.
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