Global Reach

OnePIN has successfully deployed its Digital Platforms across 18 mobile operators, reaching a staggering 800 million mobile subscribers globally. Leading telecommunications companies such as Vodafone, MTN, Orange, Cable & Wireless, MASMOVIL Group, NOS, and Sunrise, have embraced Digital Platforms as their preferred solution for enhancing customer experience, digital engagement, and leveraging data-driven insights.

Moreover, OnePIN remains steadfast in its dedication to delivering exceptional customer service across the entire value chain, guaranteeing that every interaction with its platforms is not just seamless, but truly exceptional.

Our Customers

As a pioneer in the field, OnePIN continuously enhances and introduces cutting-edge services tailored to the evolving needs of mobile subscribers, brands, and enterprises. These platforms not only foster social connections but also facilitate targeted mobile advertising campaigns and enable data-driven decision-making. By integrating seamlessly with Data Management Platforms (DMPs) and Demand Side Platforms (DSPs), OnePIN empowers operators to unlock new revenue streams through value-added services.

About MTN

Launched in 1994, MTN Group is a leading emerging markets mobile operator which is at the forefront of the technological changes sweeping the world. MTN invested significantly in advanced communications networks, connecting more than 203 million people in 22 countries across Africa and the Middle East.

In pursuit of their vision to lead the delivery of a bold, new Digital World to their customers, and ther mission to make their customers’ lives a whole lot brighter, MTN leverages the talent of 27 000 employees to offer innovative products and a quality customer experience.


MTN has operations in Afghanistan, Benin, Botswana, Cameroon, Ivory Coast , Cyprus, Ghana, Guinea Bissau, Guinea Republic, Iran, Liberia, Nigeria, Republic of Congo (Congo Brazzaville), Rwanda, South Africa, Sudan, South Sudan, Swaziland, Syria, Uganda, Yemen and Zambia. MTN also has ISP licences in Namibia and Kenya and a Value Added Service licence in Ethiopia.

Total Subscribers: 200 million

About Vodafone

Vodafone enables customers in more than 60 countries around the world to get the most out of life’s opportunities. Vodafone has come a long way since making the first ever mobile call in the UK on 1 January 1985. Today, more than 403 million customers around the world choose Vodafone to look after their communications needs. In 25 years, a small mobile operator in Newbury has grown into a global business and the seventh most valuable brand in the world. Vodafone now operates in more than 30 countries and partners with networks in over 50 more.

In an increasingly connected world, it’s no longer just about being able to talk and text. Vodafone’s network allows people to share images and videos as soon as they’re captured; to share thoughts and feelings as soon as they’re created.

Vodafone has committed to deliver useful and inspiring innovation. In 1991 Vodafone enabled the world’s first international mobile roaming call. In 2002, with Vodafone Live! the company set a new standard for mobile communications with internet access on the move. Fuelled by the desire for sustainable innovation, Vodafone recently introduced Vodafone Money Transfer which allows customers in emerging markets to send and receive money safely and easily using their mobile phone.


Albania, Australia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, South Africa, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom

Total Subscribers: 403 million

About Orange

Orange is a leading network operator for mobile, broadband internet and fixed line in 32 countries, with enterprise IT and communications services extending to 220 territories under the Orange Business Services brand. Orange is a global community of 166,000 people.

Orange has a rich 40-year heritage of improving the world of communications through high-performing infrastructure and innovative services that have marked the history of telecommunications, from the first telematics services in France during the 1980s, to today’s NFC, cloud, 4G, fibre and IPTV services that they’re launching on a global scale.


Armenia, Belgium, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, France, Jordan, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritius, Moldova, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, Tunisia, Uganda, United Kingdom, Vanuatu

Total Subscribers: 232 million

About Masmovil

The MASMOVIL Group has been at the head of growth in Spain’s telecommunications market in recent years. The Group has proprietary fibre, ADSL and 3G, 4G and 5G mobile infrastructures. The MASMOVIL Group’s fixed network covers 18 million homes with ADSL and over 26.8 million with fibre. Its 4G mobile network covers 98.5% of Spain’s population. The Group has also reached agreements with other telecommunications operators in Spain to complete its fixed network and mobile coverage, becoming one of the operators with the best network coverage in Spain.

The MASMOVIL Group provides landline, mobile, broadband and TV services to residential customers, businesses and operators via its main brands: Yoigo, MASMOVIL, Pepephone, Llamaya, Lebara, Lycamobile and Virgin telco. Also via its regional brands Euskaltel, R, Telecable and Guuk. In Portugal, the Nowo brand provides telecommunications services to residential customers.

Total Subscribers: 14.7 million customers

About NOS

NOS is the biggest communications and entertainment group in Portugal. It offers latest generation fixed and mobile phone, television, Internet, voice and data solutions for all market segments.

NOS is part of the main Portuguese stock exchange index (PSI-20), and has more than 4.9 million mobile phone, 1.6 million television, 1.8 million fixed telephone and 1.4 million fixed broad band Internet customers. For more information, please see

About Cable & Wireless

Headquarted in London, Cable and Wireless focuses on providing telecoms services in the Caribbean and Central American region. Cable & Wireless Communications is a leading telecoms provider in pan-America where it owns several businesses and operates, or has access to, many of the underseas cables that carry telecoms traffic across the region. In Panama, Cable and Wireless is a market leader in every sense, offering mobile, broadband and fixed line services. They are the major player in a significant – and growing – market with more than 1.8 million mobile customers representing more than 50% market share in the country.


Panama, Caribbean (Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, The Bahamas, Barbados, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, Montserrat, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines and Turks & Caicos Islands), Monaco and Seychelles

Total Subscribers: 3.4 million

About Sunrise

Sunrise Communications AG (commonly known as Sunrise), is a Swiss telecommunications provider based in Zurich, owned by Liberty Global. Sunrise is the largest non state-controlled telecommunications company in Switzerland, offering its mobile, Internet, TV and landline services to private and business customers.

About Telsim

KKTC Telsim is the first GSM operator in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. The company is a subsidiary of the global Vodafone Group. The company still operates under the brand KKTC Telsim in Northern Cyprus. It was granted a licence in August 1995, and started service on October 23, 1995.

KKTC Telsim has approx. 150,000 subscribers which corresponds to 43% of the Northern mobile Cyprus subscriber base.



Total Subscribers: 150,000