Telecoms Buying Group (TBG) was established in 2002, as a spin off
from Billing Bureau. It began as a joint venture
between Billing Bureau (then known as ObjectiveWare) and WorldPacific to aggregate purchase of mobile airtime on the
Vodafone network, with the obvious target market being the service provider customers who
were reselling fixed wire services at the time.
By virtualising the mobile product, TBG was able to break down the barriers to entry
to mobile service providers (MVNOs) and helping them enter the market and diversify
their product range. This is consistent with the industry trend towards convergent
TBG differs from other wholesale providers in that it provides the knowledge
and coaching to be effective in the mobile market. The mobile industry is very complex
and driven by confusing retail pricing and large carriers with big pockets. Being effective
as an MVNO requires a more refined strategy, and TBG combines this knowledge with
the core wholesale supply and creative pricing and product structures to help
our customers be successful.
is the founder and Director of TBG.
David has a background in software development and mathematics,
and was also the founder of Billing Bureau. He is the driving force
behind TBG's technical innovations and vision. As the company's founder, he has played a
crucial role in identifying new market opportunities and building the
company through innovative technology design.
aDavid is also active in several not-for-profits.
David writes extensively through his
on a variety of topics including
sport and religion
Middle East policitcs
, and more
He splits his time between TBG and other business interests,
and not-for-profits focussed on
and other services
to the Jewish community.