Our uCloudlink cloud SIM
platform is designed for sharing mobile data connectivity services by
allocating the SIM cards remotely and dynamically to users. All users can
access and use the SIM card resources in our distributed SIM card pool supplied
by different network operators via our platform.
different business needs, uCloudlink classifies its business into three
categories: UCL 1.0, UCL2.0 and UCL3.0;
UCL1.0: It mainly provides cross-border mobile data
services between countries, including GMI mobile phone roaming, WIFI leasing
(private brand Roamingman and partner’s brands), WIFI retail and other related
1.0 model focuses on cross-border travelers that need mobile data connectivity
services across different countries.
UCL2.0: It mainly provides data connection in countries
and regions where users have travelled to, such as home broadband, GMI mobile
phone data service, IoT (Internet of Things) data service and other related services; uCloudlink 2.0 model aims
provide mobile data connectivity services to local users across different MNOs
in a single country.
UCL3.0: Operators and users may share data service or
conduct data service transactions at their own will. Under uCloudlink 3.0 model,
which is in its trial stage, users may share and trade their unused data
allowance through our cloud SIM architecture.