How Telcos can avoid inevitable market decline by exploiting their core skills, assets and relationships to create new sources of growth. This key overview is a review and restatement of the original Telco 2.0 Market Study. (Dec 2008, Executive Briefiing Service, Telco 2.0 Transformation Stream)
Tag: Business Model
How Telcos can avoid inevitable market decline by exploiting their core skills, assets and relationships to create new sources of growth. (Decemeber 2008, Executive Briefing Service, Transformation Stream)
Blyk may or may not be successful as a business, but provides important learning for anyone looking at mobile advertising business models. (Executive Briefing Service, 2008)
Summary: This report examines future retail and wholesale business models for fixed and mobile operators offering high speed packet data services. This includes – but is not limited to – providing Internet access.
The report charts the next 10 years for fixed and mobile telecoms network operators as the viability of the current broadband business model is threatened by intense competition and falling prices in maturing markets, changing usage patterns, and the adaptation of new technologies. The report identifies and profiles a new $250Bn content delivery market opportunity. (April 2008)
The traditional business models for fixed and mobile operators are under pressure in all core products – voice, messaging, broadband access – particularly in mature markets.
A new business model is described here: one where operators make money from new types of customers rather than exclusively from end-users – and the business opportunity is potentially very large – c$125Bn. This additional, incremental revenue to the $250Bn described in the Future Broadband Business Models Report. This report is designed to help readers understand the nature and size of this new business model opportunity in its entirety. (March 2008)
Summary: A report identifying how to build a valuable new business model and customer base. (November 2007)