Inabox has signed up 27 new retail service providers as the company ramps up its presence in the Telstra wholesale 4G market.
The new providers specifically signed up to Inabox's wholesale subsidiary Telcoinabox, which also offers turnkey white-labelled NBN services.
The managed IT and cloud provider pointed out three of its new RSP customers, which includes FiftyUp Club, a dedicated mobile service for over 50s with more than 270,000 members, Indigenous National Technology and Telecom Network, providing services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population, and Commandacom, a Western Australia-based IT and telco provider focusing on SME customers.
Inabox claimed to be the first Australian aggregator to launch Telstra wholesale 4G services back in August 2016. Chief executive Damian Key said interest was driven by the speed which new entrants to the market can spin up their own mobile and NBN services.
"We've made some outstanding progress this year, with demand and interest in our offering at an all-time high. It's great to see the investment into our products and services is paying off as we continue to give our RSP customers a market-leading offering," said Kay.
Last month, Inabox announced a partnership with cloud migration specialist Skykick to offer a Microsoft Office 365 reseller program to its partners, allowing them to deploy a pre-packaged Office 365 solution. The company will soon release a hosted voice solution as part of its line-up as well.
"Key within this is the provision of white-labelled 4G mobile, a streamlined NBN offering and our simple-to-configure-and-manage hosted voice solution scheduled for launch shortly. In tandem with our competitive pricing model, this provides a real point of differentiation to our competitors," Kay said.