MOBILE PHONE IMPORTATION

Detects and taxes illegally imported mobile devices.

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MPIE FOR MOBILE COMPLIANCE

The global smartphone market is on a trajectory of remarkable expansion, with forecasts predicting as many as 9.8 billion mobile smart & touch-tone phone users by 2030. This is especially relevant in rising economies in Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe, and Sub-Saharan Africa where telecom penetration rates are among the lowest in the world and increasing rapidly.
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In a market shadowed by unsanctioned smartphone trafficking, are you confident you're reaping all the dues?

Observations

Unauthorized imports of mobile devices deprive governments of millions of dollars of revenue worth, in value-added tax (VAT) and excise duties, resulting in significant financial erosion. Without robust and reliable governance technology, it is incredibly difficult to ensure fiscal compliance and protect domestic revenue streams.

SOLUTIONS

MPIE can uniquely mobilize and secure government revenues stemming from the illegal importation of cell phones. First, N-Soft’s technology automatically detects new imported phones as they connect to any national network for the first time. Then, depending on the established local policy, MPIE has a dual approach. It can either block illegally imported phones and subsequently unblock them once the necessary taxes are settled, or it can instruct the operator to levy taxes on the prepaid airtime of users with illegally imported phones.

HOW IT WORKS

MPIE provides governmental authorities with a powerful solution to ensure regulatory compliance and revenue collection by:
These features contribute to a transparent environment for mobile device management. Leveraging these capabilities, governments are better positioned to safeguard domestic revenue mobilization.

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