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Mojio partners with T-Mobile in Poland to provide connected car services


The Canadian firm has already launched connected car offerings with nine carriers globally


Vancouver connected-car startup Mojio announced that it has partnered with T-Mobile Polska to power Smart Car, the European carrier’s new connected car service.

As part of the agreement, Mojio will deliver a suite of telco-grade connected car solutions – including the company’s cloud platform service and mobile apps for iOS and Android to T-Mobile Polska.

T-Mobile Polska will offer its nearly 11 million subscribers an upgrade, regardless of their car’s make or model, through the combination of the Smart Car OBD-II device and the T-Mobile Tracker app for iOS and Android devices.

Mojio has already deployed its solutions for Telekom Deutschland, T-Mobile Austria and T-Mobile Czech Republic. On a global scale, Mojio has already deployed nine operator-branded IoT services, representing more than 800,000 connected cars in six countries across North America and Europe.

“Like Mojio, T-Mobile Poland is an avid supporter of innovation and understands that enabling the next generation of connected experiences not only means delivering great technology, but also leveraging strong partnerships to accelerate time to market,” said Kenny Hawk, CEO at Mojio. “We’re honored to be expanding our relationship with Deutsche Telekom and look forward to supporting this first-of-its-kind connected car service to drivers in Poland.”

Smart Car is already commercially available at all T-Mobile retail locations across Poland.

In August, Mojio partnered with MetroPCS to power the prepaid brand’s connected car solution, MetroSMART Ride. In addition to T-Mobile, Mojio’s customers include Amazon, Bosch, Deutsche Telekom, Microsoft and SAP.

With data gathered from more than 7 billion miles of driving, Mojio provides a big data analytics framework that uses machine learning to generate actionable insights.


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