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MetTel to Deliver Wireless Mobility Services Under $2.7B Navy Spiral 4 Contract

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MetTel to Deliver Wireless Mobility Services Under $2.7B Navy Spiral 4 Contract

MetTel has secured a position on a potential 10-year, $2.67 billion Department of Defense indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the procurement of wireless mobility services.

The company will compete with other businesses selected to deliver services under the Navy Spiral 4 IDIQ, including Verizon and EchoStar subsidiaries Hughes Network Systems and Boost Mobile.

The contract requirements include software, hardware, firmware, equipment and other related wireless mobility technology to support connectivity needs of military members and federal civilians in all U.S. states and territories and those traveling internationally, MetTel said.

MetTel offers its mobile-device-as-a-service product designed to simplify mobile device management. The MDaaS features a centralized customer portal, mobile device staging and kitting, mobile device management software integration and order-to-deliver automation powered by artificial intelligence. 

The company also proposes using its Single SIM technology for internet of things connectivity. 

Navy Spiral 4 has a one-year base and nine one-year option periods, with work to be performed throughout the United States through May 2025 but could be extended to May 2034 if all options are exercised.

“MetTel’s network aggregation capabilities can provide wireless services from local and national carriers to all military personnel through one customer portal and one bill, making MetTel a single source for mobile communications,” said Don Parente, vice president of sales and solution architecture for MetTel Federal and a 4×24 member. 

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