ispONE managing director, Zac Swindells, told iTWire that ispONE would not be selling the service direct to end users but through its existing resellers, who will be able to offer it under their own brand
"The service is already active. We have soft-launched it with one customer and there are two exciting new customers that will launch in the near future," he said, but declined to name them.
"ispONE have designed an online solution to interface with Telstra Wholesale's prepaid mobile platform that enables seamless and efficient management of customer accounts and services in real time," he said.
Lee added: "We have partnered with a global industry leader, Ericsson, for this new dedicated wholesale platform which will provide the network capability and business support solutions that our wholesale customers need. This proven solution has been used globally with great success and meets the quality that we expect when selecting solutions for our customers."
Telstra launched its postpaid 3G wholesale service in March naming a new company, iTelecom, as its first customer. It now has 10 customers for the service.
iTelecom launched services - to other resellers, not end users - in May.
End users of the wholesale service will not however enjoy access to the entire 3G network. Telstra's announcement said it would offer "access to parts of Telstra's 3G 850/2100MHz network."
Telstra has confirmed that coverage extends to 97 percent of the population.