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Overland Park, Kan. and West Chicago, Ill. — Feb. 12, 2024 — /PRNewswire/ — National Content & Technology Cooperative has launched a collaborative partnership with Vertex Wireless to offer NCTC members an extensive mobile device portfolio, procurement, supply chain services, fulfillment, mobile device testing and much more.

NCTC recently announced the launch of their MVNO program that enables approximately 700 member companies to easily launch their own MVNO services.  With this new program NCTC has developed many strategic partnerships, including access to the most reliable mobile network, operational and marketing support, and now a mobile device procurement partner giving NCTC members access to advanced mobile devices and connected products for their end customers.

The partnership with Vertex Wireless offers a combined 200 years of executive experience in the wireless industry to NCTC members. Vertex Wireless has an extensive eco-system of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) partners including nearly every Android OEM available in North America such as Samsung, Google, TCL, OnePlus, Motorola, Nokia, and many others.

“The Vertex Wireless partnership reflects the ability for NCTC to execute large scale agreements with an extensive distribution channel, offering our members the latest wireless devices to keep up with wireless consumer demand”, said Lou Borrelli, CEO, NCTC.

“We are thrilled to begin our partnership with NCTC and its membership.  As the nation’s premier distributor of mobile devices and consumer electronics technology, we are well-positioned to empower NCTC’s wireless go-to-market with flawless execution.  We look forward to building a long and mutually successful partnership” said Brian Sipe, President, Vertex Wireless LLC.   

To find out more about the NCTC member MVNO offering please visit for more information.

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