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DENT Partners with U2opia Mobile to connect Mobile Data Marketplace with 12 new Mobile Operators in Africa, Indian Subcontinent and Middle East

· Mobile Data,DENT Wireless,Asia,Middle East,Africa

Customers of 12 leading operators in Africa, Indian Subcontinent and Middle East to be enabled to use mobile data as awarded to them by DENT token and the DENT Mobile App, starting Q4 2017

DENT Wireless (, the world’s first blockchain based Mobile Data marketplace, and U2opia Mobile (, a pioneer and innovator in mobile technology, today announced that they are entering into a partnership that extends DENT users’ access to a growing number of global operators.

While access to mobile data globally remains a luxury to many consumers, DENT is aiming at closing this gap. Through this partnership, subscribers of U2opia’s mobile operator partners MTN, Glo Mobile, Etisalat and, Airtel in Nigeria, Robi, Grameen Phone and BanglaLink in Bangladesh, Hutch, Mobitell, Etisalat and Airtel in Sri Lanka and Ooredoo in Oman will be able to exchange DENT tokens for mobile data.

More operators will be added as the network grows. DENT Tokens are designed to be the global currency for mobile data, thus enable trading and donating of mobile data through the DENT marketplace. Both iOS and Android devices will be enabled.

“We are excited to work with DENT to enable easy buying and remitting data across our network. Globalization of mobile access is starting and U2opia is playing an important role that, and the cooperation with DENT shows how easy data purchase will be in the future." says Sumesh Menon, CEO of U2opia Mobile.

“DENT is demonstrating to a growing community of users that access to mobile data, one of the most significant commodities of our time is within reach, while carriers enjoy growth opportunities through new customer acquisition and higher data usage per customer, effectively optimizing network utilization,” commented Tero Katajainen, CEO and Founder of DENT Wireless. “The partnership with U2opia accelerates the expanding footprint DENT has with global operators and is yet another step towards worldwide mobile data liberation.”

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