Electroneum users can now top up Claro, TIM, Vivo and Oi mobile airtime and data with ETN. This is the first time 95% of a country can top up airtime and data with ETN. Brazil currently represents the fastest growing Electroneum community. The expansion unlocks new opportunities to partner with other major corporations, retailers and businesses.
After great success in Brazil with the launch of Claro mobile phone top ups via a third-party operator, Electroneum’s Brazilian community, the fastest growing in the world, can now purchase airtime and data with the four largest mobile networks that service 95% of the mobile phone users in the country.
Electroneum users can now use their ETN rewards to top up Claro, Vivo, Oi and TIM. These four networks combined provide service to circa 220 million of the 231 million mobile phone subscriptions in Brazil, according to a report.
As of November of 2018, Vivo reportedly has 72.6 million mobile subscribers; Claro, 58.8 million subscribers; TIM, 56 million, and OI, 37.4 million.
“This is the first time ETN users can top up their mobile phones with airtime and data with mobile network operators that cover 95% of the service in a country,” Electroneum CEO Richard Ells said. “It is exciting to offer this service to our fastest growing community.”
Brazil represents Electroneum’s fastest-growing community. Thousands of new users are signing up daily as more people are finding out how easy it is to use their mobile app that rewards them with up to US$3 a month in ETN.
In August 2019, Electroneum launched the third-party mobile top-up service in Brazil to allow thousands of Electroneum users to top up airtime and data with Claro. That led to further agreements with the third-party mobile top-up provider to enable Electroneum users to purchase airtime and data with the other three largest MNOs in Brazil.
Electroneum continues to expand and prove there is a real utility for cryptocurrency users. Their next step in their push for ETN cryptocurrency mass adoption is to broker new deals with more corporations, retailers, organisations, and governments.