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Telecoms M&A: Enforcers take aim at gun-jumping

Telecoms multinational Altice recently found itself under fire for conduct around its acquisition of Portugal Telecom, receiving a record breaking €125 million euro fine in April 2018 from the EU commission for ‘gun-jumping’.

Shaping the Asia Pacific MVNO Market 2018

MVNOs Series explores the latest developments in the Asia Paficic MVNO market. With contributions by Gary Bhomer, Tel-Consult, and Renato Reis, Acqua Telecom, this report offers you a snapshot of the market, the impact of regulation and the latest business trends in the region.

How MVNOs can stand out in a crowded market

Telecoms.com periodically invites expert third parties to share their views on the industry’s most pressing issues. In this piece Freelance Technology Journalist Kate O’Flaherty explores how, amid increasing competition, MVNOs must offer innovative additional services.

A view from the States: No summer slowdown here

Hope you’re not waiting for a summer slowdown, at least in telecoms. In the last three months, several developments are redefining the mobile landscape and blurring lines between telecoms and entertainment.

When IoT makes sense for MVNOs

What will my place be in the IoT value chain, and what do I need to change about my business to take advantage of it?

Is your RF ready for 5G?

Mobile operators are now able to advance their plans for 5G rollouts thanks to accelerated 5G standards development.

Telcos: utility or futility?

Whilst landline services have had a utilities aspect for many years it is now clear that in just about every aspect of data and communications services, the whole sector is now firmly established as a regulated utility.

How 5G will revolutionise the MVNO market

5G networks will create new business models for operators and MVNOs. How can they take advantage? MVNOs World Series talked to a few industry insiders to find out.

The challenge of digitalisation for CSPs

Operators should be using best practices from other industries and learning from the lessons that they have already demonstrated, while also recognizing their own unique market challenges and the opportunities available to those that ‘get there first’.

Polls

Should privacy be treated as a right to protect stringently, or a commodity for users to trade for benefits?

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