Mobile virtual network operator Miracle Tele has released details of its’ ongoing Token Sale, where funds raised will be used to create a decentralized mobile network services that disrupts the mobile network industry, and hand power back to the consumer.
Prague, Czech Republic: Mobile telephones and their associated infrastructure have become a crucial part of today’s life. A novelty affordable by the rich at one time, it is difficult to imagine a world without a cell phone now. Mobile services have become cheaper over the years, but are still very expensive. The huge scale of infrastructure such as signal towers, communications hardware, operations team, repair and maintenance is a significant cost and all of it is passed down to consumers through the call and data package rates.
Companies are also less keen on providing free services and each value added service addition means a rise in their respective tariffs. With heavy paperwork, contracts and tedious conditions of service, mobile operators fail to deliver what a modern user is looking for. Now, using blockchain to create a decentralized mobile network, Miracle Tele allows anyone from any country to use its service and change the way they communicate.
Relying on blockchain technology to provide a network and communicate, Miracle Tele does not require conventional hardware or infrastructure to operate. This means a huge reduction in operation expenses and thus, the Mobile Virtual Network (MVN) operator is able to offer calling and internet traffic services at highly reduced rates.
Being a virtual network that will operate in more than 163 countries, Miracle Tele does not have roaming charges, as all calls are treated as local calls. The charges for outgoing are at a flat rate of EUR 0.20 and incoming calls are totally free. Data charges are also the lowest in the mobile industry, but do vary from country to country. Some of the other benefits of Miracle Tele are:
The planned launch of its own proprietary blockchain in 2020 means it will be possible to avoid Ethereum blockchain transaction cost and transaction limits and provide much cheaper rates.
Miracle Tele, being based on Ethereum blockchain, is powered by its own native ERC20 compatible token, the TELE. Though the platform allows top ups and reward withdrawals in other cryptos and fiat, stacking is only possible through their TELE tokens.
The Tele token is currently in its distribution phase, with a total of 150,000,000 TELE available to backers. There is no time limit to the event’s end and neither is there a minimum or maximum investment limit. The TELE token is available at 1 Tele = EUR 0.1. There is also a social media bounty campaign currently in progress, with a month long airdrop planned at end of September.
During the Token Sale, new value added services will also be launched that go beyond the mobile networking, such as multi crypto wallet and prepaid crypto debit cards. Miracle Tele is in the final phases of testing their whole system. With the testing and the TELE token TGE complete, the platform will allow users to acquire airtime and data through the native token.
TELE, unlike other tokens, will also be resistant to market fluctuation after the distribution event and subsequent listing on exchanges since the token value will be linked directly to the telecom services, something that is virtual, yet tangible at the same time. The planned launch of its own proprietary blockchain in 2020 means it will be possible to avoid Ethereum blockchain transaction cost and transaction limits and provide much cheaper rates.
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