Syntonic expands to Latin America with mobile carriers

Syntonic, a mobile platform and services provider, has expanded Freeway by Syntonic into Mexico, the company said.

Latin America marks the fourth geographic expansion of Freeway by Syntonic with availability in the United States, Southeast Asia (Malaysia and Indonesia), and India.

Freeway by Syntonic provides a frictionless approach for application developers, content publishers and advertisers to reach, acquire, engage, retain and monetize mobile users throughout the customer lifecycle.

Syntonic will concurrently make a Spanish language version of the Freeway by Syntonic application, available to US consumers on two of the three largest US mobile networks. The US has a Spanish-speaking population of more than 60 million consumers.

A number of initial content providers will leverage Freeway by Syntonic´s expansion into Mexico, including Konami Digital Entertainment, Reliance Games, Nazara Technologies, Neon Play, and Boomdash Digital.

Founded in 2013, 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.