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Telecoms.com Annual Industry Survey 2019

As we move towards the end of another eventful year, Telecoms.com has once again conducted its Annual Industry Survey, inviting fellow telecoms professionals to look back on 2019, and look ahead towards 2020 and beyond. In this report, we share with you the key findings of the survey as well as our analysis of them, […]

Telecoms industry set to reveal its hopes and fears

It’s that time of the year when Telecoms.com once again conducts the signature Annual Industry Survey. Answering it will not only let us know what you think, but will benefit the telecoms industry as a whole, and in turn, yourselves too.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Digital services, Brexit and Guinness

In this special podcast shot on location in a Dublin pub, Scott and Jamie welcome special guest Niall Norton, CEO of Openet. They focus on discussing the prospects for telcos to become ‘digital service providers’ thus taking on the likes of Google, Netflix, etc in the battle for digital revenues. They do manage to sneak in a bit of Brexit talk at the end as well as taking care of a couple of pints of Guinness each over the course of the pod.

5G pricing: the best is yet to come

If we don’t have the pricing models and business infrastructure in place to properly extract value from a 5G offering, we’ll end up losing out to the next wave of OTT players.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: What is digital transformation?

We welcome special guest Jennifer Kyriakakis from digital commerce software vendor Matrixx this week, so Scott and Jamie spend the whole hour trying to work out what the hell ‘digital’ actually means in the telecoms environment. The three of them discuss best practice, why digital transformation is important and who, if anyone, is doing it well.

Ofcom introduces text-to-switch

Thanks to Ofcom the days of being passed around a call-centre should theoretically be over, as new text-to-switch rules come into play.

Trade wars, 5G wins and phone bills

The new studio is finally complete and we celebrate with a brand new intro sequence, courtesy of Producer Pierre. This week Scott, Jamie and Iain start by discussing the trade war between the US and China, especially as it involves Huawei. They follow with a look at the various claims from operators to be leading the 5G pack and conclude with a look at O2 UK’s attempt to save subscribers money.

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