NetLync Further Expands Device Support for Cellular iPad with EaaS

NetLync Further Expands Device Support for Cellular iPad

Dublin, Ireland Jun 4, 2024 (Issuewire.com) – NetLync proudly announces the addition of the iPad Entitlement use case to its Entitlements-as-a-Service (EaaS). This new feature complements the existing capabilities, including eSIM Quick Transfer, Apple Watch, 5G, VoLTE, VoWiFi, and more.

With this enhancement, wireless carriers worldwide can now support all eSIM-enabled cellular iPads. Customers can seamlessly connect their iPads to the same network as their primary devices under a single account. The new iPad transfer capability allows customers to migrate their subscriptions from one iPad to another without QR code scanning, ensuring smooth and convenient data migration anytime and anywhere when upgrading to a new model.

The launch of Cellular iPad Entitlements, alongside Apple Watch support, has demonstrated increased customer retention and Average Revenue Per User (ARPU). This enhancement provides global carriers with a competitive edge by offering comprehensive support across various companion devices, attracting more subscribers and driving higher subscription rates.

Starting today, carriers with an OEM partner agreement can access iPad Entitlements through NetLync’s EaaS. Our platform enables the deployment of Apple Watch and iPad through a single integration. Carriers already using EaaS for Apple Watch can launch iPad within days, while new carriers can deploy all use cases within a few short weeks.

“NetLync is the world’s only company that exclusively develops and delivers Entitlement services. As the pioneer in transforming Entitlements into a service, NetLync has changed the commercial model to become purely OPEX-based with a no-risk approach,” said Emir Aboulhosn, Co-Founder and CEO of NetLync.

To sign up for a demo, please contact us at https://www.netlync.com/contact.

Source :NetLync

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