Created in 2001, AllTheContent has been present in the mobile content space since 2002, with our first infotainment SMS services in multiple languages from day 1. With the arrival of Vodafone Live in Europe, we provided WAP portal to many operators, enriched with 3G video content from 2004 onwards.
In 2005, our news content (SMS, MMS, WAP, 3GPP) and our personalization content (wallpapers, gifs, video ringtones) were provided in 55 countries with various mobile operators, triple play telcos and leading connectivity provider such as Netsize, Jamba, Arena Mobile or Kiwee.
Since 2008 and the rise of « apps ecosystem », the mobile business focus has shifted from Europe to booming economies such as the Gulf (2010), Africa (2012) and South East Asia (2014).
ATC is actively looking for global and local partners to increase the velocity of growth.
Mobile Services Offering
Mobile services in local languages:
- SMS Alerts
- MMS/WAP News
- Video streaming
- Live TV
- Location-based services
All ATC mobile services include:
- Content in local languages
- Excellent content quality (multimedia and interactive functions)
- Content relevance & originality
- Technical flexibility and competitive pricing structure
- Scalability of services
Mobile Success Cases
2002: first media company to provide quality news in real time via SMS
2003: 80 Vodafone live services provided to Swisscom in 3 national languages
2004: global deals for early 3G mobile video to Orange, Vodafone, Telefonica, Nokia
2005: full range of content in 55 countries with telcos and connectivity providers
2007: fully hosted WAP portal with UAD for leading telcos: Swisscom, Orange, Bouygues
2009: creation of Dubai UAE office and signature with leading telco: DU and Etisalat
2010: Arabic and English content provision for DU’s world of entertainment
2012: launch of SMS news in Egypt with Etisalat and Reuters: 80’000 subs in a week
2013: ITU Telecom Bangkok and roadmap for launches in Cambodge, Vietnam and Thailand
2014: updated discussion with major telco, hardware provider and media in South East Asia