Only postpaid services will be available and mobile broadband services will be limited to 7.2Mbps downstream. However resellers will have access to the full 3G coverage of 97 percent of the population and 2G for a further 1.5 percent.
According to iTelecom's promotional material "You [the retail service provider] will have the flexibility to create your own packaging, pricing and marketing to launch your new mobile offer to the market, supported by our infrastructure and operational expertise."
International roaming service will also be available along with a customer creditworthiness checking service using a scoring and decisioning tool hosted by Veda, billed as "Australia's primary credit bureau with the most comprehensive credit databases available in our market."
iTelecom Wholesale's general manager corporate strategy, Pat Brady, said: "Since Telstra Wholesale announced iTelecom Wholesale as the first to sign up to 3G, our team has been working with Telstra Wholesale to deliver a fully integrated MVNO solution to market...
"Our turnkey proposition will enable communication service providers of all sizes to resell the Telstra Wholesale postpaid mobile offering as a single service or as part of a bundled offering to the market under their own brand. As a wholesale only aggregator, our customers know we do not compete with them."
(iTelecom also claims to wholesale the services of AAPT, NEXTDC, Optus, Pipe Networks, Engin and NBN Co).