Category: MVNOs – in partnership with the MVNOs Series


MVNOs view European market as most prosperous for growth

Given the limited opportunities for increasing unique subscriber number, intense competition on price and modest patterns of revenue growth, it may seem counterintuitive that Europe is still viewed as the key region for driving global MVNO growth.

Are the days of the full MVNO numbered?

Telecoms.com periodically invites third parties to share their views on the industry’s most pressing issues. In this piece, Darren King, Head of Business Development for Three’s wholesale division, assesses the future for MVNOs.

Google’s MVNO is here to stay

After launching the MVNO service in 2015, Project Fi has trundled along without any real fanfare, but a rebrand of the service suggests it might get a bit more attention over the coming months.

What defines the European MVNO market?

In this report, the MVNOs Series team investigates the latest trends and challenges European mobile virtual network operators are facing. What are the lessons to be learnt from the world’s oldest, largest and most mature market?

Maximizing Value from Digitalization and Virtualization

Digitalization and virtualization are two of the key terms used to describe the next phase of the digital journey and this report looks at each in the context of what they mean to the mobile industry – how is digitalization creating brand new modes of operation and business models for mobile operators, and how is network virtualization shifting the paradigm in terms of what mobile can deliver and achieve?

What’s driving growth in the North American MVNO market?

The North American MVNO market is one of the most mature and developed in the world. It is also one of the most diverse, complex and competitive, with three major markets in three huge countries demonstrating very different characteristics and very different opportunities for MVNOs.

Q&A with Matt Jones, CEO at OVO

In this interview we discuss how OTT is impacting MVNOs, whether telcos should invest in content production or focus on partnerships with content providers, and OVO’s approach to unique content.

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