Australian-listed, US-based mobile platform and service provider Syntonic has signalled its intention to acquire the mobile commerce business unit of Brazilian application-to-person sector service provider Zenvia.
The mobile ecosystem has shifted from the network operators to the service providers – from bytes of data to content and applications. What consumers value today is not commodity data, but the experiences associated with mobile access, according to the head of a mobile technology company.
Mobile platform services provider Syntonic, founded by major US tech players, is set to raise $5.4 million to "accelerate the company’s expansion plans".
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