Today’s competitive landscape in Egypt is driving operators to create innovative offers that allow them to deliver on customer expectations while staying profitable.
Keeping up with the demands of the large youth market in Asia and Africa, means operators need to be fast in bringing innovative new offers to market.
In this video, Maria Åkerlund, Senior Advisor at Ericsson ConsumerLab, presents highlights from a new report showing that consumers living in urban environments are ready to "mobilize" their everyday activities by integrating their daily routines into their mobile phones. Exciting examples include connected shopping lists and smart travel planners.
In this Ericsson Tech Talk, Daniel Enström, Principal Researcher at Ericsson Research, talks about WebRTC, also known as Web Real-Time Communication.
A new Ericsson ConsumerLab report shows that consumers who live in urban environments are ready to “mobilize” their everyday activities by integrating their daily routines into the mobile phone. The report found that 90 percent of interviewees never leave home without their mobile phone.
The first step into mobility was taken thirty years ago. NMT, Nordic Mobile Telephony, was the first generation of mobile telephony and by today’s standards, the bulky telephones are humorous – little did we know then, it was the start of the revolution enabling global mobility.