mCarbon plans to expand in the Sultanate

MUSCAT: mCarbon, India’s leading mobile technology service provider, is looking at expanding into Oman due to the country’s large mobile subscriber base. Oman’s mobile subscriber base is close to 7 million in 2016. Earlier this year, mCarbon opened its Middle Eastern headquarters in Dubai to address the needs of telecom service providers in the GCC and Africa market. With 8 million transactions a day, the product touches almost 400 million subscriptions every month. The launch of company’s airtime advance and credit service and its deployment at leading telecom companies in India and the region has led to almost a 10 per cent increase in average revenue per user.
“The mobile penetration in Oman is one of the highest in the region and our addressable base in Oman would be significant. After succeeding in other prepaid economies globally with highly innovative solutions, mCarbon is now looking at Oman and aims to add further value to the telecom industry network. Telecom operators in the country can immensely benefit from some of our innovative offerings,” said Rajesh Razdan (pictured), Founder and CEO, mCarbon.