World Mobile Welcomes MAV100 to its Partner Programme

World Mobile has partnered with MAV100, a foundation supporting schools in establishing their own telecommunications and virtual networks. Through World Mobile’s Partner Programme, the collaboration aims to help MAV100 create a community-owned mobile network in rural Washington’s Chelan County.

Addressing connectivity challenges faced by remote communities, MAV100 introduces decentralized solutions, redirecting revenue to educational programs. Engaging communities through Community Cooperative Membership NFTs, MAV100 fosters ownership in decentralized networks. The World Mobile Partner Programme offers entrepreneurs access to decentralized wireless network infrastructure and training. MAV100 plans to purchase AirNodes from World Mobile, utilizing proceeds to expand the network, fundraising by encouraging community subscriptions to World Mobile. AirNodes, radio devices providing access to World Mobile’s network, facilitate community connection and revenue generation.

World Mobile recently expanded its decentralized wireless network in the U.S., launching services in rural Oregon, offering high-speed, long-range connectivity on CBRS spectrum bands.


World Mobile and SEW Forge Global Partnership to Revolutionize Telecom Industry with AI

World Mobile and SEW, a global AI leader, have formed a Global Strategic Partnership to advance their presence in the telecom market. World Mobile, known for its blockchain-based Telco innovations, will integrate eSIM and AirNode technologies into SEW’s Smart CX platform, serving over a billion users across 40 countries.

This collaboration positions telecoms as both a service and an enabler for a hyper-connected model. In return, SEW will incorporate its digital CX, WX, and AI/ML/IoT analytics into World Mobile’s network and mobile app, enhancing performance, security, scalability, and providing valuable data-driven insights for customers and AirNode operators.


World Mobile and Adaptive Broadband Partner for Decentralized Wireless Connectivity in Rural Oregon

World Mobile has entered into a strategic partnership with Adaptive Broadband, a prominent rural wireless ISP based in Oregon and a subsidiary of Adaptive Ad Systems. This collaboration marks the initiation of World Mobile’s commercial operations in the USA, integrating its decentralized AirNode infrastructure and sharing economy into Adaptive Broadband’s existing network.

With over 15 years of experience in serving rural communities in Oregon, Adaptive Broadband will convert more than 70 of its radios, towers, and hotspots into AirNodes, validated and authenticated through the World Mobile blockchain (AYA). The partnership extends cellular coverage and Over-The-Top (OTT) services to rural areas near Salem, Oregon, transforming Adaptive Broadband into a comprehensive “three-play” provider and aligning with World Mobile’s mission of creating a more inclusive, connected world while generating revenue for its sharing economy.


World Mobile Secures US Spectrum License

World Mobile is addressing the global issue of internet access by focusing on underserved communities. Despite significant internet connectivity, there are still about 3 billion people without access worldwide. In the United States, approximately 24 million people, including 19 million in rural areas and 1.4 million on Tribal lands, lack broadband access.

To combat this, World Mobile has achieved a crucial milestone by securing licensed spectrum in the USA. This spectrum, up to 20MHz in California, New Mexico, Nevada, and Utah, will be a key component of their hybrid dynamic network solution. The network combines licensed, shared, and unlicensed spectrum across aerial and ground assets to provide affordable and widespread connectivity.

With this spectrum, World Mobile plans to deploy decentralized network infrastructure (AirNodes) in underserved states, contributing to the federal government’s efforts to expand broadband access. The secured spectrum also positions World Mobile as the 52nd mobile network operator in the USA, pending FCC approval. This aligns with President Biden’s $42 billion high-speed internet initiative, addressing the digital divide and aiming for a more inclusive and connected nation. World Mobile’s innovative approach, combining blockchain technology and infrastructure, allows them to offer affordable connectivity crucial for underserved communities’ access to education, healthcare, and economic opportunities.