Automotive firms have moved beyond products to experience-oriented service
Huawei’s role in European networks continues to be questioned, as EU and GSMA also weigh in.
Saying you’re digitally transforming in 2019 is like saying you power your company with steam
Drone security rises up the agenda, as incidents and usage increases.
Roam Like Home is reducing the number of silent roamers, encouraging active usage and heralding tariff innovation for business customers. But mobile operators still have to ensure not to billshock valuable business travellers.
Employee satisfaction and customer satisfaction go hand in hand. How do telecoms firms measure up?
If it’s true that 90%+ of digital transformation projects fail, what does this mean for the telecoms industry?
Trust is an essential ingredient for success in the experience economy, but service providers are still coming up short in this area.
Service providers are moving away from sending out paper bills, which presents a range of new challenges and opportunities.
There are great benefits to service providers in deploying bots – but only if they do it wisely.
To succeed, innovation also has to be clearly communicated at both the marketing and billing communications levels.
Sometimes it’s not just what you say but how you say it that matters. When you don’t communicate clearly, you not only frustrate customers but drive up the cost of clearing up the confusion
New proposals for end-of-contract notifications will affect those supplying SMEs. The consequences will be far reaching for both UK and international service providers.