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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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Mobile Carriers Accelerate Digital Services Play
To overcome them, telcos have been forced to rethink their traditional offerings and diversify their revenue streams. Some powerful ways to do that turned out to be digital service bundling in partnership with OTT services and direct carrier billing as a convenient way to pay for the added subscriptions and in-app payments.
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The Alternative Payments Landscape in India
Although India still remembers being heavily cash-centric, the recent few years have driven it further down the cashless payment road. In our recent case study, we’re looking at how India’s alternative payment landscape is shaping today and where it is expected to go in the nearest future.
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The Alternative Payments Landscape in Germany
If you live in Germany or have ever visited, you’ll know that – contrary to what you might expect – there are still many places that only accept cash, even in the capital. Germans are notorious for being heavy cash users. This has been changing lately, though, and the COVID pandemic probably had its share in it. In our latest case study, we’re looking at the dynamics of that change.
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The Alternative Payments Landscape in Indonesia
Indonesia is one of the fastest-growing mobile commerce markets in the world. But it also presents its specific challenges when it comes to the wider adoption of digital payments. In this case study, we’re taking a closer look at both the challenges and opportunities the Indonesian market brings to merchants and payment service providers.
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The Alternative Payments Landscape in UK
The UK is likely Europe’s mobile-forward market, with contactless payments steadily growing since around 2014. UK consumers have been relatively quicker to adopt digital payments than others in the region. In this case study, we’re looking at the reasons for this, as well as the trends and outlook for the future of alternative payment methods in the United Kingdom.
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The Alternative Payments Landscape in Turkey
Located at the intersection of Asia and Europe, with a young, smartphone-centric population, Turkey has been growing its digital wallet adoption and digital payment innovation overall. In our latest case study devoted to alternative payments in Turkey, we’re taking a closer look at the country’s current mobile payments landscape.
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The Alternative Payments Landscape in Brazil
Brazil is long-dubbed South America’s fintech heart, with a large part of the population comprised by young, extremely online, and smartphone-savvy consumers. In one of our latest case studies, we’re examining the growth of digital payments in Brazil in the last year and the outlook for the future.
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The Alternative Payments Landscape in Saudi Arabia
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is well on its way to becoming the centre of the Middle East’s e-commerce and fintech aspirations. We’ve taken a closer look at how that’s going and the factors that play a significant role in developing alternative digital payment methods in this country.