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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.

Monetize 5G with New Business Models

Communication service providers (CSPs) that want to become digital service providers (DSPs) need to be able to innovate in digital time. That starts by putting the right business support systems (BSS) in place so they can engage with new partners and tap into the new use cases business models that will be made possible by […]

The Journey Toward Successful 5G Monetization Starts Today

5G will create exciting opportunities for you to collaborate with enterprises to deliver premium digital experiences. To seize these opportunities, you need a monetization solution that simplifies partnering and enables new levels of business speed, scale and innovation.

BSS – change and adapt, or die

Monetising new services is already going to be an uphill struggle for operators, adopting the right tools can make life all the more easy for them.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Europe, Huawei, O-RAN and Legere

The guys can’t resist talking about Europe, with the Brexit moment of truth fast approaching, and debate whether one consequence of it will be a return to the bad old days of roaming charges and bill shock. They move on, inevitably, to Huawei and its ongoing drama, before concluding with a look at the growing O-RAN Alliance and the unique qualities of T-Mobile US boss John Legere.

Ericsson calls BS on its full-stack BSS

Kit vendor Ericsson has started the year by writing down almost $700 million to account for the fact that its latest BSS efforts have turned out to be a non-starter.

CMA backs super complaint against loyalty penalties

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has backed a ‘super complaint’ raised by Citizens Advice which suggests UK consumers are being ripped off by loyalty penalties on services such as broadband.

Polls

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

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