"Our support for multiple U.S. carrier networks with Freeway by Syntonic is a tremendous milestone for our technology, and the progression of sponsored data services as a whole," said Gary Greenbaum, CEO and Co-Founder of Syntonic. "Sponsored data business models are quickly gaining in popularity, and content providers are the immediate beneficiaries of our cross-carrier, multi-platform solution – giving them the reach and flexibility to deepen their engagement with massive audiences that want greater access to mobile content."
Syntonic's cross-carrier sponsored data solution eliminates the need to develop carrier-specific solutions, making it easier to reach broader audiences. Perform Group, a digital sports content and media group, has partnered with Syntonic for Freeway's cross-carrier reach. Perform Group's media properties includes GOAL, the world's number one digital football association, reaching over 60 million football fans around the world every month with over 1 billion page views.
Freeway by Syntonic is available in the U.S. on both the Google Play Store and Apple's App Store. In 2016, Freeway by Syntonic was launched in India, Indonesia, and Malaysia, providing a global solution to connect audiences with apps and content. For more information on how content developers can partner with Syntonic, please visit https://syntonic.com/freeway/.
Syntonic (SYT.ASX) is a consumer and enterprise mobile platform services company that is transforming the mobile Internet with application-centric business and usage models. Syntonic's Connected Services Platform™ supports both consumer sponsored content solutions and split-billing for corporate Bring-Your-Own Device (BYOD) deployments. Founded in 2013, Syntonic has developed worldwide strategic partnerships with leaders in the mobile ecosystem. To learn more about Syntonic visit www.syntonic.com.
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