Soprano Design

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Soprano Design is a leading provider of mobile messaging technology for mobile network carriers and enterprise customers worldwide. We're headquartered in Sydney, Australia, with regional offices in the US, UK, Singapore, Sweden, Malaysia, and Romania. Soprano is the premier enterprise messaging partner for Telstra, one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies, and a strategic partner to 15 mobile network operators in four major global regions, including AT&T in the US, EE in the UK, and Starhub in Singapore.

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