About Trinity Mobile Networks

Trinity Mobile Networks has created an over-the-top (software-defined) platform which aggregates multiple internet connections access points (APs) to provide a seamless unified mobile experience. The company seeks to improve data speed and total network bandwidth for all mobile networks and network users. Trinity has also created Jumpnet, a consumer facing platform which allows individuals to open their home/business wireless routers for public use. Utilizing blockchain technology, users can gain encrypted access to the AP by making a micropayment to the AP owner. Founded in 2014 by two former Yale alumni, and backed by a group of advisors who are veterans of the cable industry, Trinity Mobile Networks is poised to make an entrance in the mobile connectivity space. 


Investment thesis

  • Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO) will pay to license Trinity’s software to reduce the total cost/GB per user from $6 to $1
  • As IoT devices become more prevalent the Jumpnet network will enable micropayments amongst machines and individuals
  • Multiple and varied exit opportunities 

Bonfire Ventures


Tyler Reynolds, CEO
Stephen Hall, CTO

Trinity Mobile Networks is in the process of landing its first MVNO customers. As a result of the lengthy enterprise sales cycle within the telecom industry Trinity does not expect to generate any revenues until mid-2019.

Trinity is in talks with several traditional Mobile Network Operators (MNO) and MVNOs to license their technology and become integrated within the MNO/MVNOs existing networks. In Q4 of 2018 the company was granted a patent, and has two other patents pending. Trinity is gearing up for it’s Series A investment round and is actively targeting strategic investors.

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