UCloudlink Group Inc. (UCL) stock fell during after-hour trading session. Here’s what’s happening?


UCloudlink Group Inc. (NASDAQ: UCL) stock gained by 14.1% at last close after which the UCL stock-price plunge by 4.39% in the after-hours trading session. UCloudlink is the world’s first and largest mobile data traffic sharing platform, establishing the telecommunications industry’s sharing economy business model.

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UCLOUDLINK GROUP INC. is expanding its reach in Southeast Asia, with a view to enhancing business connections in Vietnam. South-East Asia, as one of the world’s fastest-growing areas, is undergoing urbanisation, industrialization, and digitalization, among other things. UCloudlink has recently renewed a partnership deal with a local telecommunications service provider in Vietnam, under which the partner would sell uCloudlink’s mobile broadband (MBB) goods and services to its clientele. Since January 2020, uCloudlink has collaborated with this partner to provide data connectivity services to users around the country. UCloudlink will provide fast, secure, and accurate data connection services to more customers and business partners around the world as the PaaS and SaaS ecosystem expands.

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For people all across the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed their daily routines. According to McKinsey’s “The Future of Work after COVID-19” poll, in the post-pandemic age, 20 to 25 percent of workers in advanced nations and 10 percent of employees in advanced markets might work from home three to five days a week. During the COVID-19 epidemic, more educational institutions moved to online learning. The data connection services have posed a barrier for consumers, especially in rural locations, as a result of this increase in distant work and learning. In this regard, uCloudlink is continuously working to extend and enhance its South-East Asian partner ecosystem so that more consumers have constant access to stable and dependable data connectivity.


UCloudlink intends to extend its global footprint with more corporate partners in the future. UCloudlink will be able to deliver better data connection services for people everywhere by developing its regional sales network and expanding its PaaS and SaaS ecosystem, and realise its mission of connecting and sharing without boundaries.


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