Saturday, 15 December 2018

Opening up new revenue streams in emerging markets

By Daniel Sjoberg, Level 3 Communications
Thursday 03 January 13

'By discarding preconceptions...telecoms companies from more developed markets can help drive change'

The European telecoms sector has now developed to a point where it is unrecognisable from that of 20 years ago. Once blighted by strong public service monopolies, the free-market has been nurtured by a pro-competition regulatory framework and has flourished. By removing the barriers to entry for once marginalised suppliers, users now enjoy one of the most competitive communications markets in the world, bringing wide economic and social benefits. This is gradually having a positive impact on what are broadly termed as 'developing markets'…

The European telecoms sector has now developed to a point where it is unrecognisable from that of 20 years ago. Once blighted by strong public service monopolies, the free-market has been nurtured by a pro-competition regulatory framework and has flourished. By removing the barriers to entry for once marginalised suppliers, users now enjoy one of the most competitive communications markets in the world, bringing wide economic and social benefits. This is gradually having a positive impact on what are broadly termed as 'developing markets'…

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