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Payments Will Power Up Telcos’ Digital Services Revenue
Both e-commerce and digital payments were already growing before the pandemic. We’re looking at how telcos can benefit from digital payments in growing their service portfolio beyond the core connectivity services.
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Going Digital 2.0: The Evolution of the Telco
To keep up with the changing consumer demands and behaviours, telcos have been transitioning into new market categories.We’re looking at them – and some solutions – in our latest analysis.
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Telco Partnerships and Next Generation Bundles
To keep revenues from plummeting – but also keep growing them in the future – telcos need to rethink their strategies. One way to do it is via telco service bundling.
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The Consumer 5G Impact on Mobile Carriers
With 5G offering higher speed and bandwidth and low latency, and new mobile devices coming into play, telcos face new opportunities to monetize and add value to connectivity services. But to take advantage of it, they need to innovate and expand their product portfolio.
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Telco Subscription Bundling
Bundling allows telecom companies to grow their share of revenue derived from digital services, augmenting their traditional voice and data revenues. There is a “direct link between average revenue per user (ARPU) and user-retention effects of carrier-bundled paid media services”, according to the recently released Ovum OTT Media Services Consumer Survey & OTT CSP Partnership Study.
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Game on: The Gaming Opportunity Unravelled
Video Games and eSports or “Gaming” isn’t the domain of just the young any longer, with a much broader demographic getting on the bandwagon with new advancements in mobile connectivity, hardware and experiences.
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THE RISE AND RISE OF OTT MEDIA
Media consumption has changed indelibly over the past decade, with over-the-top (OTT) media services now an established part of the mainstream. The over-the-top (OTT) segment is expected to grow from US$97.4bn in 2017 to US$332.5bn by 2025, an astounding CAGR of 16.7% CAGR.
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Understanding the digital landscape in Argentina
Seventy-three percent of Argentina’s population uses a smartphone today, and it is being used for a variety of different things, the most popular being that of mobile messengers (92%). A whopping 91% of Argentinians watch videos on their mobile phones, 61% are playing games; and 43% are using banking services on their smartphones.
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Cómo comprender el ecosistema digital en América Latina
De acuerdo con un informe de GSMA, se espera que para 2025 el 75 % de la población de América Latina esté suscrito a algún servicio móvil, lo cual acortará la brecha respecto del promedio de suscripción en los mercados desarrollados, el cual ronda el 87 %.[1] A mediados de 2018, América Latina (incluido el Caribe) tenía 442 millones de usuarios de servicios móviles, lo cual representó dos tercios de la población del continente.[2]
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Middle East’s digital ecosystem
The total number of mobile subscriptions in the Middle East increased by 8m in 2018 to reach 304.5m. And in this time, the total number of internet users in the region increased by 18m to 182m. The e-commerce sector, in particular, is on track to register particularly strong growth.
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Understanding the digital ecosystem in Latin America
According to a report by GSMA, it is expected that by 2025, 75% of Latin America’s population will subscribe to mobile services, closing the gap with the average for developed markets, which stands at 87%. 1 The digital economy in Latin America is a story in two parts.