IPX is enabling Badoo subscribers across the UK to make mobile payments for premium features and services
Telstra has switched on the first 4G/LTE base stations in Sydney, Perth, Melbourne and Brisbane. 4G data has been sent over the LTE network for the first time outside of field trials, making Telstra the first Australian telco to deploy 4G technology into its wireless network.
Voice quality never stood in the way of the mobile phone’s nearly universal adoption, but when it improves, consumers want to talk more often – or for longer periods.
According to Yankee Group, Sprint’s groundbreaking Network Advantage initiative should be a model for other communication service providers (CSPs) and proves that the focus of managed services is shifting from pure cost savings to more strategic, long-term benefits.
Spotify is trying to create a sustainable music business model built on ultra-fast streaming. Network operators should take note.
Telecom leadership has been centered on controlled processes but as a quicker pace of change and greater competition become the norm in the industry, leadership is in great need of change.
Visual communication has long been a part of the standard vision of the future. It is a very basic form of communication, but video as a telecom service has so far failed to deliver. The reasons for this are no longer valid.
As subscriber numbers and traffic levels soar, the question for mobile broadband now becomes how to maintain customer satisfaction, as well as drive new revenue opportunities.
The mobile money is growing fast in parts of the world where people have a mobile phone but no access to banking services. Now operators can do what banks cannot.